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City Auditor’s Community Survey shows Portland’s continued cycling stagnation

Not impressive. The Office of the City Auditor released its 23rd annual Community Survey today and the results reveal yet another sign that the amount of people riding bicycles in Portland has reached a stubborn plateau. The survey asked Portland residents to gauge a number of different city functions, from the quality of tap water … Read more


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City Auditor’s Community Survey gauges bike safety, mode splits

Results of 2011 Auditor’s Community Survey. The City of Portland Auditor’s Office released results of their 2011 Community Survey this morning. The survey gauged Portlanders feelings on a number of City services, from public safety and the quality of parks, to transportation. In addition to qualitative questions about how safe people feel while bicycling, the … Read more


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Auditor’s survey: Bike safety improves, bike use at 7 percent citywide

Portland residents judged bike safety and many other livability issues in the survey.(Photo © J. Maus) The City of Portland Auditor’s Office has released results of their 20th annual Community Survey. The survey was sent to 9,800 randomly selected households this past summer, and 3,663 valid surveys were returned. The survey asks a range of … Read more


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Auditor’s survey shows how your neighborhood rates for bike safety

See how your neighborhood stacks up. The City Auditor’s office has just released neighborhood by neighborhood breakdowns of their 2007 Portland Resident Survey (I shared a preview of those results back in December). The Portland Residents Survey is a useful tool that allows you to rate how neighborhoods stack up against each other based on … Read more