City pushes Clinton diverter proposal to 32nd, sets new open house
That revised proposal has raised objections from some neighbors, just as the initial one did.
State says there’s not enough proof that bike lanes boost safety, so 26th Ave lanes should go
The State of Oregon said that four studies cited by the City of Portland that document safety benefits of bike lanes were inadequate.
City settles on diagonal design for diverter on NE Rodney
The current temporary diverter would be “beefed up.”(Photo: J.Maus/BikePortland) After hearing from many people who are fans of the temporary diagonal diverter at NE Rodney and Ivy, the city has tentatively scrapped plans to remove it and is now planning to beef it up instead. That’s significant news for the planned north-south Rodney Neighborhood Greenway … Read more
State’s proposal to improve bike crossings of Powell: Remove bike lane from 26th
Portland transportation officials are facing pressure from their counterparts at the state to do something they’ve never done before.
PBOT will make changes to three Williams Ave bike lane trouble spots
The “three-year journey” (to use the City of Portland’s phrase) to make North Williams Avenue work better for cycling isn’t quite over yet.