With the federal government’s support for early biking education shrinking, the Portland area’s regional government is making a significant new investment.
A Portland woman who concedes she was illegally biking on the private Cement Road with her 6-year-old daughter says she was bullied by a railroad police officer and has filed a formal complaint.
One of Portland’s most successful transportation activists was cheered into retirement Wednesday after 13 years in which he led Swan Island’s transformation into the city’s least car-dependent industrial park.
As the route of the long-planned North Portland Greenway comes before city council this week, there’s a new possibility in the mix that could shape the bikeway every Portlander knows ought to exist.
Lenny Anderson, shown here at the dedication of a biking and walking path on Swan Island in 2010, is retiring.(Photos © J. Maus/BikePortland) Lenny Anderson, one of the most outspoken and effective transportation advocates in Portland, officially announced his retirement this morning. Lenny had served as the executive director of the Swan Island Business Association … Read more
Leave it to the logistics experts at Daimler to calculate that human-powered machines make good sense on the floor of a truck factory.