We gather the region’s smartest transportation thinkers — engineers, consultants, planners, bureaucrats, elected officials, activists, and so on — to help us delve deep in to the hot topics of the day. The conversations are informal, illuminating, and inspiring.
- – Bike Parking, 9/24/18, co-hosted with Portland Bureau of Transportation.
Read recaps and browse photos of past events below…
Wonk Night recap: Finding a space for parking reform
We solved all the problems. You should have been there.
Let’s talk about auto parking: Join us at Wonk Night next Tuesday (3/29)
Get to know how parking policy works and you’ll unlock the secrets of a city that works.
Recap: Wonk Night heads to 82nd and Division
Talking transportation near the most diverse intersection in Oregon
To 82nd, and Beyond! Join us for Wonk Night on February 22nd
Wonk Night is no longer just a central city thing.
At Wonk Night, County DA announces effort to change state law
The DA wants a new law to close the negligence gap.
Wonk Night (10/26) will focus on Oregon’s negligence gap
“There ought to be some higher level of consequence when you use a deadly weapon to kill someone, even if you didn’t do it on purpose.”
Wonk Night focuses on pursestrings and politics of big projects (photos)
Spirited conversations to say the least.
Wonk Night recap: Calls for a coalition and more cooperation
The Great Stagnation and how we might push through it.
Wonk Night is back: Join us Thursday 7/23 to talk about activism in Portland
A health check-up for Portland livable streets advocacy ecosystem.
Romping in the Comp Plan: A Wonk Night recap
(Photos by J. Maus/BikePortland) Portland’s proclivity for planning and process can make activism on certain topics daunting. The city’s Comprehensive Plan is one such topic: it’s as large and complicated as it is important. So, when our friends at Lancaster Engineering and Bike Walk Vote wanted to make it the theme of a Wonk Night, … Read more