When more people live closer to each other and to destinations, they will ride bikes more. That’s one reason housing and land-use is crucial if we want to reach our bicycling goals.
We’ve been on the car-housing beat for many years now, so when housing expert and Sightline reporter Michael Andersen says he’s never seen a more clear-cut example of how Portland can choose housing for people or housing for cars, I think it’s worth your attention. Andersen just published a story about a policy in front … Read more
The 24-hour facility will offer service from on-site mechanics, paid lockers, showers, a bike-repair stand, cargo bike parking and a bike wash.