A student-driven project in Eugene, intended to create a more comfortable and intuitive link between the University of Oregon campus and downtown Eugene seems to be on its way to construction.
Rendering of 13th at Oak Street in Eugene.(Image: LiveMove) When we explored four reasons college towns tend to be bike-friendly last month, we left one off: they produce lots of technical experts who are passionate about improving their communities. It looks as if a group of Eugene students is likely to do exactly that. After … Read more
After months of advocacy and activism, people who use bikes finally have a model transportation corridor along a portion of a major east/west bicycle route.
Wider is better. (Note the old bike lane stripe that has been scraped off.)(Photos © J. Maus/BikePortland) PBOT is nearly finished with a project to improve bicycling conditions on the NW Broadway ramp south of the Broadway Bridge. The $30,000 project is expected to be finished by tonight but most of the new striping was … Read more