“ODOT is using these sleights of hand to hide the fact that they don’t want to study an alternative that does not add additional lanes of freeway into the neighborhood.” -Aaron Brown, No More Freeways The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) has released the long-awaited Supplemental Environmental Assessment (SEA) for its I-5 Rose Quarter expansion … Read more
On November 8th, Portland voters set into motion a massive shift in local politics when we voted overwhelmingly to support the charter reform measures. Simply put, our politics will never be the same. And that means the way we do advocacy won’t either. If you want to be a changemaker in Portland, and be a … Read more
“We feel change is too slow coming when the need is so great.” – BikeLoud PDX Portland nonprofit BikeLoud PDX plans to sue the Portland Bureau of Transportation for not building legally required cycling facilities when they did major road projects — a requirement outlined in ORS 365.514, a law known as the Oregon Bike … Read more
This post is an indictment of ODOT and shows how their reputation has transcended the realm of transportation advocates and is now part of popular culture.
Miller entered local politics as a policy advisor and then chief of staff for Sam Adams, who served as a Portland city commissioner and mayor between 2005 and 2012.