Author profile: Michael Andersen (News Editor)
Michael Andersen is the half-time news editor of BikePortland.org. He joined the team in May 2013 after three years as publisher of Portland Afoot and is proud to be supporting BikePortland's pursuit of new initiatives. With the other half of his time, he works as the staff writer for The Green Lane Project, a project of bike advocacy group PeopleForBikes that assists and encourages cities in the design of better bike lanes. You can reach him at email@example.com or his cell, 503-333-7824.
Here are the other 647 articles by Michael Andersen (News Editor):
- Congressman’s fruitcake ice cream will help buy gift bikes for Portland kids (November 26, 2014)
This is definitely our favorite ice cream charity partnership ever.
- TriMet bus kills man who had been walking bike in bike lane (UPDATED) (November 26, 2014)
The man had reportedly been banging on the back of the bus before his death.
- Does your airport have a 50-page bike plan? (November 26, 2014)
Portland International Airport’s new bike-pedestrian plan is probably thicker than the average city’s.
- As Nike expands, so too could nearby biking options (November 25, 2014)
A curb-protected bike lane proposed for WalkerRoad would serve Nike’s campus, but hasbeen delayed until 2019.(Image: Washington County, modified by BikePortland) Nike is planning to spend millions of dollars to build parking garages for 2,500 cars on its growing Washington County campus, but it’s not yet clear whether the sportswear giant will also be backing Read More »
- Oregon Walks celebrates Vision Zero plan and honors livable-streets visionaries (November 24, 2014)
After a significant grant victory, Oregon’s largest walking advocacy group had plenty to celebrate Saturday.
- The Monday Roundup: Extreme anti-theft measures, mapping ciclovias and more (November 24, 2014)
This week’s best bike links start with what we hope is a pretty funny one.
- Comment of the Week: Teaching your kid to be a millionaire (November 21, 2014)
We didn’t all love math when we were 15, but most of us probably liked buying stuff.
- Call for city to create off-road biking plan draws 550 signatures in 36 hours (November 20, 2014)
Hundreds of local mountain biking lovers are piling signatures into a new petition.
- City of Portland will take ‘deep dive’ into data to assess neighborhood greenway system (November 20, 2014)
Urged (in part) by recent activism around neighborhood greenways, PBOT has set out to take a closer look at all of them.
- Networking, neighborhoods, and DIY activism success (November 20, 2014)
With a few allies in other neighborhoods, it’s possible to make huge changes to city neighborhood greenway plans. So step up — the time for your neighborhood association to shape the next round is right now.(Photo: J.Maus/BikePortland) Part of our series of guest posts, America’s Next Bicycle Capital, where we share community voices about the future Read More »