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Wonk alert: Check out Transportation Trivia tomorrow night

Posted by on September 4th, 2018 at 11:33 am

Transportation Trivia is here!
(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland)

Think you know a lot about local transportation issues?

If so, don’t miss out on the seventh annual Transportation Trivia event co-hosted by the Community Cycling Center and Oregon Walks.

Here’s the lowdown, straight from CCC staffer Yashar Vasef:

Transportation Trivia is back! This Wednesday evening (September 5th), the Community Cycling Center and Oregon Walks are teaming up for the seventh annual benefit trivia event. Hosted at the Lagunitas brewing event space at Broadway and NE 3rd, your $20 admission covers dinner catered by Hale Pele, beer or wine, and three rounds of fun, competitive trivia covering an array of transportation topics. Proceeds benefit the Community Cycling Center and Oregon Walks!

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All are welcome, and if you don’t have a team, hosts will place you with a team that will happily accept you. Once inside, you can also ride the Moberi smoothie bike to create a free, delicious fruit smoothie! There will be a special prize for all attendees, as well as gifts for the winning team after each round.

Online ticket sales will continue until noon tomorrow, and walk-ups are welcome Wednesday evening. Transportation Trivia is generously sponsored by Lancaster Engineering, the Portland Bureau of Transportation, and the Portland Streetcar.

This and other great events can be found on the BikePortland Calendar.

— Jonathan Maus: (503) 706-8804, @jonathan_maus on Twitter and jonathan@bikeportland.org

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