Parks Commissioner Fish says Springwater will get more bike patrols following assault
“Everyone who uses the trail should feel safe.”
What’s wrong with SW Jefferson? Plenty, if you ask Mayor Wheeler and Commissioner Fish
Everyone’s a transportation engineer.
Art Museum’s easement expansion request on hold amid stiff opposition at first Council hearing
A debate over the definition of “greater good”.
City Council votes to fund Better Naito and Halsey safety upgrades
Two important pieces of transportation legacy for Mayor Hales.
Fish warns of auto congestion as Council passes ‘Livable Streets Strategy’
The debate about livable streets and its potential impacts to auto use has begun.
Oregonian editorial calls on city to ‘reconsider its bike ban’ in River View
It’s an unfair breach of trust with mountain bikers, the paper’s editorial said.
Portland Commissioner Nick Fish “sad” after getting his bike stolen
Commissioner Fish got his bike stolen last night. (I guess that’s one way to raise the profile of an issue.)
Commissioner Fish: New Forest Park singletrack ‘in the next 9 months’ – Updated
Biking in Forest Park is finally set to improve.(Photo © J. Maus/BikePortland) City Commissioner Nick Fish, who oversees Portland Parks & Recreation, has just emailed stakeholders a progress report on bicycle access in Forest Park. The statement includes a commitment to build a new, bike-specific singletrack trail in the park within the next nine months. … Read more
Breaking ‘logjam’, City of Portland commits to Gateway Green project
The Gateway Green site as it looks today.(Photos © J. Maus) Portland City Commissioner Nick Fish announced earlier today that the City of Portland will assume an official leadership role in the Gateway Green project. It’s been over a year since the project has moved significantly forward, but today Fish said the City’s decision to … Read more