Candidates on Bikes: Mingus Mapps, Chloe Eudaly, Seth Woolley, Keith Wilson and Sam Adams

It’s been a tough pill for me to swallow, but the truth is cycling just doesn’t command the same attention in local political circles that it used to. With so many people struggling to put a roof over their head and all the systemic injustice and inequality that has become even more glaring in recent … Read more

“We cannot afford to go back to the way things were”: An open letter to PBOT Commissioner Chloe Eudaly

“Portland’s transportation advocacy ecosystem has never been stronger. What we’re missing is leadership from city hall.” Publisher’s note: While we’ve made a lot of noise in the past month about the need for immediate street changes to reflect new behaviors, another big part of this conversation is how best to transition our streets when quarantine … Read more

Rider’s letter to PBOT Commissioner Chloe Eudaly calls out conditions on N Williams

[Note from publisher: I was CC’d on the letter below to Portland Bureau of Transportation Commissioner Chloe Eudaly this morning. It’s from a reader named Chris H.] Dear Commissioner Eudaly, Last night, as I was riding down N Williams, I noticed a motorist move into the bike lane and start driving down the bike lane … Read more

Commissioner Chloe Eudaly is ready to focus on cycling

“As our population booms and we have smaller and smaller right-of-way to share, biking really needs to have a lot more direct focus from the Commissioner.”— Jamey Duhamel, policy director for Commissioner Chloe Eudaly A big thing happened at last night’s Portland Bicycle Advisory Committee meeting: A current City Commissioner (via a staff person) expressed … Read more

‘Rose Lane Project’ launches with focus on racial disparities and climate action

“We are headed for catastrophe if we don’t make huge changes in the way we live and treat the earth and its limited resources. Concern is not enough, we need action.”— Chloe Eudaly, PBOT Commissioner The City of Portland officially kicked off the Rose Lane Project Thursday night at a special Portland City Council meeting … Read more