Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on September 6th, 2007 at 10:35 am
(Photo: Jonathan Maus)
The folks behind the North Portland Greenway Trail are some of the hardest working advocates I’ve ever come across.
They are constantly doing whatever they can to share their vision for a new riverfront trail that would connect the Eastbank Esplanade (at the Steel Bridge) to Cathedral Park in St. Johns.
Case in point: The NPGreenway Trail will be featured as part of a new course on trail design being offered by Portland State University’s Institute for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation (IBPI) in October.
The course will include a three-hour design workship that will, “give participants the opportunity to develop design solutions for a specific challenging area in NE Portland along the Willamette River, where the North Portland Greenway has been proposed.”
Sign-up and/or read more about the course at the IBPI’s website.