would "adapt" if buffered bike lanes replaced on-street
parking, but that he'd rather keep the parking.
(Photos by M.Andersen/BikePortland)
The question of how to make biking better in the NE 28th Avenue area divides employees from their bosses, businesses from their customers, tenants from their landlords and different kinds of bike users from each other.
If there's one thing this project doesn't have, it's consensus — not among the "bike community" (whatever that is) and not among the "business community" (whatever that is).
We know because we asked.