With a few allies in other neighborhoods, it’s possible to make huge changes to city neighborhood greenway plans. So step up — the time for your neighborhood association to shape the next round is right now.(Photo: J.Maus/BikePortland) Part of our series of guest posts, America’s Next Bicycle Capital, where we share community voices about the future … Read more
If our city truly yearns for those of us who care about active transportation to come and cheer a plan along, it needs to offer some plans worth cheering for.
To really change the Portland area, hundreds of thousands of us will need to make a choice to do something where our lack of skill is embarrassing.
I moved to Portland because it would be the place in the US with the greatest opportunity to bicycle calmly, safely, and in good company. We can keep leading the way. Here’s how.
Portlanders discuss the Williams Avenue bikeway in 2011.(Photos: J.Maus/BikePortland) Welcome to the first of a new series of guest posts: America’s Next Bicycle Capital. Two weeks ago, we invited Portlanders of every stripe to share ideas on how Portland can regain its sense of direction and keep using biking to improve our city. This first … Read more