There was a notable debate at the Portland Planning and Sustainability Commission meeting Tuesday night on a topic near and dear to our hearts: the Portland transportation bureau’s recent decision to re-stripe Hawthorne Boulevard without bike lanes.
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.
Metro trail planner Mel Huie and npGreenway core member PamArden at a 2007 meeting.(Photo © J. Maus) Tonight, the Portland Planning Commission — a nine-member body appointed by the Mayor that advises the city on all planning issues — will hold a public hearing for the “North Reach” phase of Portland’s River Plan. The River … Read more
Catherine Ciarlo.(Photo courtesy Catherine Ciarlo) This Wednesday, City Council will appoint two new members to the Portland Planning Commission. One of those seats will go to former Executive Director of the Bicycle Transporation Alliance, Catherine Ciarlo. Ciarlo — who is also on the board of the Coalition for a Livable Future Cycle Oregon — led … Read more