Bike Loud 5th Anniversary Party

Lucky Lab Beer Hall (NW) 1945 NW Quimby St, Portland

We'll be celebrating BikeLoud's 5th Anniversary this Friday, October 11th from 6pm-9pm at the Lucky Lab NW. We'll be swapping stories of BikeLoud past, honoring our fantastic volunteers, and sharing some big plans for the future. While you can order food and drinks at the bar, we will be providing dessert. Kids and family are Read More »

BikeLoud Mapping/Reporting Hack Night

Lucky Lab Beer Hall (NW) 1945 NW Quimby St, Portland

Join grassroots bicycle advocates and open data / open government / open code folks to work on collaborative mapping and resolution of transportation safety issues. Everyone is welcome whether you have years of programming / tech experience or just a few pictures of dirty bike lanes and broken sidewalks. We'll look at pdxreporter, 823-safe data, Read More »

Northwest in Motion Scavenger Ride

Lucky Lab Beer Hall (NW) 1945 NW Quimby St, Portland

Our June Third Thursday Happy Hour will be Pedalpalooza style! Join us for a Northwest in Motion (NWIM) scavenger ride! We'll form teams at the start, share a list of clues, and let you race around NW Portland for a chance to win great prizes! The scavenger ride will end at 7:00 pm back at Read More »

New Mobility for Who?

Lucky Lab Beer Hall (NW) 1945 NW Quimby St, Portland

New mobility options pose unique challenges and opportunities for transportation professionals. The increasing popularity of TNCs (Uber/Lyft), bike share, and electric scooters (among others) has not only impacted the way people travel, but also the physical design of our cities and our policy frameworks. Join Briana Orr, City of Portland, and a diverse panel of Read More »

Transit on Tap: Around the World

Lucky Lab Beer Hall (NW) 1945 NW Quimby St, Portland

Travel around the world with TriMet agency architect Bob Hastings and see what transit and urban design looks like, from Paris to Tokyo. Bob has traveled to 17 cities in 10 countries over the past two years to bring these ideas back to the Portland region. Interestingly, he found along the way that many of Read More »