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 firstname.lastname@example.org or his cell, 503-333-7824.
Here are the other 805 articles by Michael Andersen (News Editor):
- Comments of the Week: Two readers’ concepts for fixing SE Ankeny at 11th (March 27, 2015)
Turning a terrible intersection into a destination.
- Q&A: NYC’s top biking advocate wants you to talk more about death (March 27, 2015)
“The best way to be a successful bike advocate is to be a successful Vision Zero advocate.”
- Q&A: Melissa Wells on everyone’s stake in transportation equity (March 27, 2015)
Melissa Wells on why equity matters in transportation.
- Rodney Avenue neighborhood greenway gets open house next week (March 26, 2015)
Rodney Avenue is lined up for an upgrade to full neighborhood greenway status.
- Where growth went: How different cities answered America’s urban rebound (March 26, 2015)
The more charts you look at, the more Portland’s stands out.
- Another use for green? City adds bike refuges at SE Ankeny/Sandy/11th (March 26, 2015)
Looking southwest down SE Sandy Boulevard from Ankeny, Sandy and 11th. One of Portland’s weirder intersections has a new splash of color. As part of its repaving project on inner Southeast Ankeny — which has, for the record, greatly improved the ride between SE 11th and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard — the city has Read More »
- Reflective clothing mandate, other bike bills up for hearing in Oregon house – UPDATED (March 25, 2015)
Oregon’s biggest legislative session for bike-related issues in years will come to its first peak on Monday, but many biking advocates have a prior engagement.
- Bikes, a perfectly normal part of growth in Portland’s Central Eastside (March 24, 2015)
A moment of bike-friendly perceptiveness in The Oregonian’s coverage.
- Getaround’s business pivot means more convenience but fewer shared cars (March 23, 2015)
The carsharing company has narrowed its fleet in exchange for a big reliability upgrade for its users.
- The Monday Roundup: Stolen bikes in Seattle, car-free retail in Rome and more (March 23, 2015)
This week’s best bike links start with a promising Kickstarter product.