About Taylor Griggs (Staff Writer)


Taylor has been a reporter at BikePortland since November 2021. Contact her at taylorgriggswriter@gmail.com

Taylor Griggs (Staff Writer) Posts

New report and open house builds momentum for North Portland In Motion plan

Friday, December 3rd, 2021

(A few of the many useful and detail map graphics in PBOT’s new North Portland in Motion Existing Conditions Atlas.)[Read more…]

What happened to Zach Katz and the $13,000 he raised to sue PBOT over Hawthorne decision?

Thursday, December 2nd, 2021

Screenshot of GoFundMe created by Zach Katz.

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My impressions and photos of changes to SE Hawthorne

Wednesday, December 1st, 2021

Looking northeast from 37th onto Hawthorne.
(Photos: Taylor Griggs/BikePortland)

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The contentious ‘Hawthorne Pave and Paint’ project is complete

Tuesday, November 30th, 2021

New median island and crossing on SE Hawthorne at 23rd.
(Photo: City of Portland)

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BikePortland’s Maritza Arango among winners of SJ Brooks Scholarship

Monday, November 29th, 2021

Scholarship winners. Maritza (with her dog Amélie) is on the upper row, 2nd from the right.
(Photo/graphic: Radical Adventure Riders)

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Hi I’m Taylor, BikePortland’s new reporter

Wednesday, November 24th, 2021

[Publisher’s note: Thank you BikePortland subscribers and financial supporters for making this hire possible! If you read and appreciate this site, please consider supporting us. We are building a better news operation and we need your help to do it. BikePortland.org/support. – Jonathan]

Hi! My name is Taylor Griggs and I’m excited to introduce myself as BikePortland’s new staff writer. I can’t wait to jump into reporting on everything bike-related in Portland, and also dig into topics like car culture, equitable transportation, climate and pretty much anything related to how we use streets and how mobility impacts our lives.

I grew up near Denver, where I spent a lot of time riding my bike around my neighborhood and the surrounding bike trails. And when I moved to Eugene to go to school (University of Oregon), I fully embraced Oregon’s bike culture, riding my purple road bike everywhere.

To me, biking has provided so many freedoms: it’s freeing to know you can get places without having to sit in mind-numbing traffic or worry about where you’re going to park when you get there. Being a cyclist has allowed me to develop rich relationships with the surrounding environment, and I want everyone to be able to experience the kind of relationship you can have with a place when you’re not always watching it go by from the driver’s seat of a car.
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Battery-boosted ‘Friday Night Ride’ gets its due

Monday, November 22nd, 2021

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Portland opens up ‘Transportation Wallet’ to affordable housing residents

Wednesday, November 17th, 2021

(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland)

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