Tag Archives: Washington County

1500 Strong for a Safer TV Highway

TV Highway

There is only one continuous connection throughout Washington County between the communities of Beaverton, Aloha, Reedville, Hillsboro, Cornelius, and Forest Grove. That road is the Tualatin […]

Guest Post: Riding with Kids in Cornelius


This guest post is written by Russell Crispin, BTA Advocacy Intern.  “Not everybody can come on the bike ride,” I said with regret when a young […]

Council Creek Trail Closer to Reality


After tireless planning efforts, the vision for the Council Creek Regional Trail is nearly complete. The trail – which will link Hillsboro, Cornelius, Forest Grove, and […]

Tualatin Valley Highway Campaign Update

We can do better than this.

This summer, the BTA embarked on an ambitious and desperately needed campaign to raise support for a safer Tualatin Valley (TV) Highway. It’s one of our […]

Yes, Suburbanites Want to Bike and Walk


As part of a major study to examine transportation challenges and solutions 50+ years into the future, Washington County recently completed an online open house to discuss […]

Expanding Access to Bikes—and Trikes


Sometimes a trike does the trick! Over the last year, the Bicycle Transportation Alliance has led two bike rides with Adelante Mujeres, an organization based in Forest Grove […]

Rolling with the Aloha Business Association


It’s summertime, and that means we’re doing lots of fun community rides throughout the region! Last Saturday, we took to the streets of Aloha in unincorporated […]

Recent Crashes Remind Us to Design for Human Beings


The Portland region has seen a spate of recent serious crashes involving people riding bikes, including one fatality. Last Friday afternoon, another crash occurred between someone […]

Statement on Recent Serious Crashes in Washington County

The Bicycle Transportation Alliance is deeply saddened by two recent serious crashes in Washington County, in addition to the three recent serious collisions within the City […]

Three’s a Crowd


This week, Beaverton became the third city in our region to call for significant regional investment in safe routes to school. Read more about this exciting step […]

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