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Meet your 2015 Active Transportation Summit keynote speakers!

  To learn more about the 2015 Active Transportation Summit, and to register, click here.    Paul Steely-White, Executive Director for New York’s Transportation Alternatives TA consists of […]

Two proposed state laws to create mandatory bike licenses? Here’s what you need to know.

The Oregon Legislature is proposing bills right and left, as typical of every legislative session. The Bicycle Transportation Alliance is hard at work building and maintaining support for our […]

BTA’s 25th Anniversary Celebration: Nominate your heroes

  Let’s celebrate the BTA’s past, present, and future. Join us on May 28 at the Portland Art Museum for the BTA’s 25th Anniversary Awards and Auction. […]

How Has London Done It? Find out at our Ride and Happy Hour with Ben Plowden

Go on a ride with Ben Plowden!

Ben Plowden is a big deal. He is London’s director of surface transport strategy and planning. According to LinkedIn, he is “responsible for the strategic planning […]

A Loss for the Ducks, but a Win for Every Kid

On Monday night, in a blitz of a meeting before the Ducks vs. Buckeyes championship game, the Beaverton School Board adopted an important resolution supporting the […]

Speak up for Walking and Biking: The Powell- Division Transit and Development Project

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) operates similarly to light rail.

With your help, implementation of a new transit system on SE Division and Powell Streets might also be great news for walking and biking. Metro is […]

BTA to PBOT: please reduce car traffic on SE Clinton

An activist group, BikeLoud, gathers postcards to send to PBOT expressing concern about traffic on Clinton. (Photo - Rebecca Hamilton)

In 2010, the City of Portland committed to mitigating any increased car traffic on the Clinton Street Neighborhood Greenway as a result of the $5.8M Division Streetscape […]

New Years Day Ride takes on SW Barbur


Taking advantage of low traffic, safety-in-numbers, and beautiful weather, the annual New Years Day Ride tackled one of the weakest points in SW Portland’s bikeway network: […]

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 […]

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