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Vote Yes on Measure 26-173!

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The Bicycle Transportation Alliance urges our members to vote YES on Measure 26-173. The proposed temporary gas tax will raise $64 million for safer streets for everyone […]


Washington County Needs Your Help to Spend $160 Million

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How many times have you wanted something improved on your street or in your neighborhood, only to be told there’s no money for the project? Through […]


Action Alert: Tell Metro to fund Safe Routes to School

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Tell METRO to fund safe streets for kids. Metro Council proposed dedicating $1.5 million over three years to Safe Routes to School education and encouragement programs. […]


What Would You Do With $175 Million?

The Landford Family shares some opinions at the BTA Member Holiday Party

What would you build with $175 million? This year, Washington County will decide- and your voice matters. Will you speak up? The need for safe, connected […]


Action Alert: Tell Metro to Commit to Safe Routes to School

We would like to alert members and supporters about a great opportunity to increase dedicated funding for sidewalks and bike lanes. In recent meetings of Metro’s Joint Policy Advisory […]


Weigh In: Washington County’s Future

How will we get around in 40-50 years? This is the question posed in Washington County’s Transportation Futures Study. Share your thoughts on what transportation investments we’ll […]


Coming Together for a Safer TV Highway

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On Thursday, December 17, community members gathered in Beaverton to discuss what a safer Tualatin-Valley Highway would look like and how we can advocate for changes. […]


Action Alert: Tell ODOT TO Fix NE Lombard

NE Lombard and 42nd Ave. (Facing east)

This past Saturday night around 8:30 p.m., a man was killed while riding his bike on NE Lombard. The crash that took the 38-year-old’s life happened in […]


Action Alert: Portland Could Lose Dedicated Funding for Bikes

We would like to alert members and supporters about a potential threat that would reduce dedicated funding for sidewalks and bike lanes. In a recent meeting of […]


Speak Up for the Future of Bicycling in Oregon

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) recently released a draft of its’ new Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan, a policy framework for the next 25 years […]


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