Why are parking mandates bad? YIMBYtown panelists count the ways

On days two and three of the YIMBYtown conference at Portland State University, parking and land-use experts from across the country shared insights on how our national overabundance of car parking leads to bad outcomes for people who specialize in all kinds of city planning topics. And based on the boisterous (and productive!) conversations that … Read more

Bike Loud PDX wants to make Portland’s 2030 Bike Plan relevant again

I’ll excuse you for not knowing that it’s almost the 10th anniversary of the City of Portland’s Bicycle Plan for 2030. For a plan adopted amid seemingly boundless optimism that a new era in transportation was imminent, its contents and visions and goals have tumbled from their pedestal like a highly-rated rookie prospect that never … Read more