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Take Action to Support Safe Biking, Walking, and Transit in City Budget

As the City of Portland prepares its next budget, now is the time to speak out in support of funding for Safe Routes to School and […]

Weigh IN: Powell-Division: Gresham survey still open; Upcoming events

Opportunity to Weigh In

  What: Powell-Divsion: Gresham Survey still open; Upcoming Events Have you weighed in? Faster, more reliable transit connections to jobs, schools, colleges, shopping districts and other […]

Weigh In: Walker Road and 158th Avenue combined project open house

Opportunity to Weigh In

  What: Walker Road and 158th Avenue combined project open house Date & Time: Tuesday, May 19th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Place: Kaleo Covenant Church, […]

My kids have a shorter life expectancy than I do? Not if I can help it.


This guest article is written by Nicole Perry, PTA leader and parents of two kiddos at Linwood Elementary in Milwaukie.    May 6th was National Bike to School […]

Dear ODOT, Fix Barbur

Rian Windsheimer, ODOT Region 1 Director, must put safety first on SW Barbur.

CAMPAIGN UPDATE: Since launching our campaign and working with our community partners, including the Friends of Barbur, we’ve collected 721 signatures demanding sidewalks and protected bike lanes over the Barbur […]

For Every Kid Campaign Update: Making Progress!


Thank you, Metro-area families for showing your support for Safe Routes to School this past April! We are making some serious progress in the fight to […]

Weigh In: River View Natural Area Open House

Opportunity to Weigh In

What: River View Natural Area Open House Date & Time: Monday, May 4th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Place: Multnomah Arts Center, 7688 SW Capitol Highway Do you have thoughts […]

Fix the Crossings: Open House May 7

People in Washington County spoke up loud and clear when they said Highway 26 crossings needed to be improved for people biking and walking. We heard […]

Hey Washington County- What do you value?

The Bicycle Transportation Alliance and our members share many values: health, sustainability, and safety, to name a few. Right now, Washington County is embarking on a $1.5 […]

Can we count on you…to count?

If you like to count, you'll LOVE counting bicycles!

Every summer, the City of Portland relies on volunteers to count bikes at over 240 locations around the city. You would think that would be enough […]

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