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Two Wheels on Hillsboro’s New Two-Way Streets?

Downtown Hillsboro: Great local shops, no great way to bike to them.

The City of Hillsboro is embarking on a major project to revitalize their downtown: the conversion of six core streets from one-way to two-way streets. Forty-six […]


Partner Profile: APANO

Duncan Hwang

The BTA is part of a diverse coalition working to get Safe Routes to School programs at every school district in the Portland metro-area. Meet some […]


ODOT Report on Traffic Impact of SW Barbur Construction Validates Call for Safety

What the Barbur Bridges should look like. (rendering: Owen Waltz)

The Bicycle Transportation Alliance calls upon the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) to put safety first and install new physically separated bike lanes and sidewalks across […]


Partner Profile: Upstream Public Health

Heidi

The BTA is part of a diverse coalition working to get Safe Routes to School programs at every school district in the Portland metro-area. Meet some […]


Speak Out in Support of Portland Street Fund

Now is the time for BTA members and supporters to speak out strongly in support of the new funding and new bicycle transportation projects across the […]


2015 Oregon Active Transportation Summit: RFP for Presentations and Workshops

Request for Proposals for Presentations and Workshops This is your opportunity to participate in a discussion during Oregon’s premier annual conference on biking, walking, and transit. […]


Street Fee Project Preview: Central City

Protected / Separated bicycle lane on Dunsmuir Street, downtown Vancouver, Canada

The Bicycle Transportation Alliance is urging support for Commissioner Steve Novick’s Street Fee proposal as long as the funds generated are directed, as much as possible, towards “safety […]


First Public Workshop Announced for Monroe Greenway Plan

City of Milwaukie

Mark your calendars! The first public workshop for Milwaukie’s first neighborhood greenway will be on December 3rd. Monroe Street could turn out to be one of […]


Speak up for county roads like Skyline, Corbett, and Germantown

Rural Multnomah County

If you like riding out to Larch Mountain, Multnomah Falls, Sauvie Island, or on west hills routes like Skyline, Corbett, or Germantown, you should probably attend […]


Speak Out for Safety on the Street Fee – Open House Nov. 5th

The City of Portland is hosting an open house to discuss the potential new street fee to fund road maintenance and safety projects. We call on […]


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