“Helping people think there are some climate and equity impacts of their decision to drive downtown and park downtown.”— Shoshana Cohen, PBOT
Though it’s not likely to appease many Portlanders fighting to block the deal, there’s a chance that the construction of a propane export terminal in Portland could result in money for local biking improvements.
If Portland has contributed any innovations of its own to the craft of designing great streets, it’s this two-word idea: neighborhood greenways.
A two-hour “town hall” this evening at SE 34th and Salmon will be the Portland public’s first chance to turn out in support of their priorities in the next decade of Portland transportation budgets.
The City of Portland is pushing forward its plan to sell voters on a new revenue stream, most likely a per-household and per-business fee that participants say would raise perhaps $25 million a year for street upgrades.