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The Joint Policy Advisory Committee on Transportation makes recommendations to the Metro Council on transportation needs in the region. Metro is the federally mandated metropolitan planning organization designated by the governor to develop an overall transportation plan and to program federal funds. Comprised of transportation representatives from across the region, JPACT recommends priorities and develops Read More »Find out more »
Winter lunch rides are again a thing from HIFI + Biciclista headquarters at 92nd and Division. The plan is to arrive at 11:45 and roll by 12. Instigated by Stefano from Biciclista, the idea is to do every other week with snaxhang at the shop post-spin if time permits. Routes may morph a bit, but Read More »Find out more »
2017 was a mixed bag of a year as far as Metro goes. Metro passed it's $653 million affordable housing bond which is great, but it also needlessly expanded the Urban Growth Boundary (again), and it's 2018 Regional Transportation Plan has more money being directed towards freeway projects than light rail. Metro has massive potential Read More »Find out more »
The Portland Bureau of Transportation, through a funding partnership with Washington County, plans to improve the intersection of SW Multnomah Boulevard, Garden Home Road and 69th Avenue to reduce crashes, improve sight distance, address queueing issues, and provide safer, more comfortable pedestrian and bicycle facilities. Several alternatives will be considered, including a realigned intersection with Read More »Find out more »