The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability has drawn up an inspiring vision for a new central city loop of greenspace and bikeways that’s the most exciting vision we’ve seen from the City in years.
Here’s an interesting and persuasive idea that could turn Northwest Johnson into the most pleasant crossing of Interstate 405 between Northwest Portland and downtown.
Dozens of curious Portlanders visited bike-culture hub Velo Cult last night to pore over a series of ideas for how to transform our city in the way the Dutch people decided to start reshaping theirs thirty years ago.
Typical conditions on one of Portland’s busiest bikeways.We can and should do better.(Photo © J. Maus/BikePortland) I won’t be satisfied with Portland’s progress as a bicycling city until our transportation system provides the same level of safety, efficiency, and respect to people on bicycles as it does to people who drive or take transit. I … Read more
Just ‘Mo’ and go. (Note the mo tag on the seatpost.)(Photo: Mo) A reader tipped me off to a new urban mobility concept recently launched in Munich that is really blowing my mind… Or should I say “mo”-ing my mind? Introducing “mo” (short for mobility); a system that hopes to someday integrate bike-sharing, car-sharing, and … Read more