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Huge news from the State of Oregon today: ODOT Director Matt Garrett has resigned from his post. This is potentially – depending on his replacement – a massive development that could lead to a different culture in the automobile-centric agency. I’m out of town at the moment and unable to fully analyze and r

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We’ve had some great job opportunities listed in the past week. Learn more about each one via the links below… –> Director of Finance and Administration – Community Cycling Center –> Experienced Bike Mechanic – The eBike Store –> Customer Experience Specialist Full Time – Velotech R

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Palm trees in Portland? Yes. The post Weekend Event Guide: Three speeds, MLK Day, lunar eclipse, palm trees, and more appeared first on

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Maybe it’s time to critically appraise the failed, 110-year experiment with cars. The post Opinion: Portland’s scooter success exposes stark double standard appeared first on

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$16 million statewide. The post State of Oregon finalizes funding list for Safe Routes to School projects appeared first on

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An unpaved adventure like no other. The post 600-mile Oregon Emerald Outback event will traverse coast range appeared first on Bi

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They're very serious about hyperloops. The post TRB dispatch: Micromobility, big data, and hyperloops appeared first on BikePortland.org.

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Mark your calendars for February 1st. The post Join the family biking fun at Kidical Mass planning meeting appeared first on BikePort

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If it doesn't scale, you should bail. The post TRB dispatch: Climate change urgency, Jarrett Walker on justice, and a visit to the Bicycle Committee

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Trend of positive benefits continues. The post Portland releases final report on e-scooters, plans to bring them back in spring appeared first on

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This is exactly what many people were worried about. The post Another student hit by a driver near Harriet Tubman Middle School appeared first on

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Exciting progress. The post Parks bureau will begin paving key section of ‘Sellwood Gap’ next month appeared first on

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Aaron Brown is our special TRB correspondent. The post BikePortland is at TRB AM thanks to TREC at PSU appeared first on BikePortland.org.

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Sponsored by the Eastbank Esplanade closure which starts February 1st! The post The Monday Roundup: Baller bikes, cycling cheat sheet, car ad comedy, and more appeared

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Scottie Graser was an avid, experienced rider. The post Man riding a bicycle dies in collision with truck operator on Highway 30 near Scappoose appeared fi

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It's getting a much-needed facelift. The post Get ready for a two month closure of the Esplanade that starts February 1st appeared first on

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It's baaack! The post PBOT: Better Naito to return three months early this year appeared first on BikePortland.org.

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Enough is enough. The post Want $500? Help us find the person throwing nails in the Interstate Avenue bike lanes appeared first on

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Dry and maybe even some sun in the forecast. The post The Weekend Guide: Gravel social, activism inspiration, OBRA awards party, and more appeared first on

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"This is gonna be in my head for the rest of my life." The post Truck driver Paul Thompson wants you to know he’s sorry for role in deadly crash appeared fir

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Building the backstreet network. The post City moves forward with neighborhood greenway projects in north, east Portland appeared first on

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What is the true cost of bike parking? The post Showdown looms for major bike parking policy update appeared first on BikePortland.org.

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No breakthroughs yet, but they're on the case. The post Commish Eudaly’s office works with police to solve “deliberate act” of

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Bring kiddos for stories and yourself for support and community. The post Family Biking: Join us for a new ‘Storytime’ event series appeared first on

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They're baaaaack. Sort of. The post Scooters back in the news: Bird in Salem and Portland as final report coming soon appeared first on

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A 12-foot wide path aims to improve safety. The post PBOT says Greeley Ave bike path will be built this summer appeared first on BikePo

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They don't fit the definition of a wheelchair. The post TriMet says denial of tricycle as mobility device is supported by federal regulations appeared first on

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We haven’t done a roundup since before the holiday break. So let’s get going… Netherlands bike lane problem: The Guardian reports on a chaotic mix of e-bikes and other types of micro-vehicles that are causing confusion and major safety issues in the legendary bikeways of Amsterdam. Buried in that story

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There's nowhere to turn, nowhere to hide. No way to stop, The Car. The post “The Car” movie has the scariest trailer I’ve ever seen appeared first on

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We’ve had five great job opportunities posted since just before the holiday break. Get to ’em while they’re still fresh! Learn more about each one via the links below… –> Senior Graphic Designer – Castelli –> Mechanic – Sellwood Cycle Repair –> Retail Specialist – Community

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