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More bad news for ODOT. The post Pressure builds on ODOT as new concerns surface around I-5 Rose Quarter project appeared first on

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'Traffic violence' comes of age. The post At hearing on speed limit bills, lawmaker bristles at mention of ‘traffic violence’ appeared first on

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Shout out to all the fair-weather family bikers! Rumor has it the gorgeous weather won’t last, but it’s lovely out right now and my kids’ bikes have lots of new company at the school bike racks. Our Family Biking column is sponsored by Clever Cycles. ➤ Read past entries here. Have you ever excitedly g

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Major helmet tech breakthrough with local roots. The post Portland researchers behind major new helmet tech launched by Trek/Bontrager appeared first on

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With so few safe and direct alternatives, the I-205 multi-use path in east Portland is a crucial backbone in our transportation network. Unfortunately it’s been rendered nearly unusable due to an abundance of trash, personal belongings, and makeshift homes that have been built upon it. People deserve places to live

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Roberta is afraid to ride on this path. The post Comment of the Week: A woman’s fear of riding on the I-205 path appeared first on

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Sponsored by Treo Bike Tours in Eastern Oregon. The post The Monday Roundup: Coal rollers guilty, Car Talk, middle finger rights, and more appeared first on

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The show is in Sacramento this year. The post Portland area bike companies in Sacramento for North American Handmade Bicycle Show appeared first on

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scene from Portland as kids protesting climate change march through the streets pic.twitter.com/hn90eQW8dL — Mike Bivins (@itsmikebivins) March 15, 2019 Students from schools throughout Portland have massed downtown today for the #ClimateStrike event. Reports are that it’s a big success with crowds much large

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We’re lying here today to make it less likely that you’ll be lying in the road in the future. The post As bell tolls for victims, Portlanders at ‘die-in’ call

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A few bill ideas for 2021. The post Friday Opinion: The bills I wish we were working on this session appeared first on BikePortla

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Two fresh job listings this week. Both from our partners at Western Bikeworks. Learn more about each one via the links below… –> Seasonal Part-Time Sales Associate – Western Bikeworks –> Part-Time Service Writer – Western Bikeworks For a complete list of available jobs, click here. Be the first to k

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This rationale is new to us. The post Here’s why Portland Parks will install stop signs on the Springwater appeared first on

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Spring has arrived. The post Weekend Event Guide: PedPDX, Afghan Cycles, Dirty Circles, Kidical Mass, and more! appeared first on

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A story we hate to hear, but sometimes needs to be told. The post A dog, a crash, and now, recovery appeared first on BikePortland.org.

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Taken while still in boxes, yet to be built. The post Thieves steal seven bikes from Block Bikes in St. Johns appeared first on BikePortlan

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This ought to get their attention. The post Protestors will stage “die-in” at ODOT headquarters today appeared first on

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Another public meeting, another lashing. The post ODOT’s I-5 widening project weathers severe opposition at first public hearing appeared first on

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Trails at Luscher Farm in Lake Oswego The post Luscher Farm trail plan would create off-road riding opportunities in Lake Oswego appeared first on

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Can this thing replace the bus? The post Family Biking: First impressions of the Surly Big Easy electric cargo bike appeared first on

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Two great companies now make one company greater. The post Breadwinner Cycles has purchased Sugar Wheel Works appeared first on BikePortland.o

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Hard to have an honest debate when reality is blurred. The post ODOT’s marketing of I-5 Rose Quarter project sows distrust appeared first on

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Sponsored by Ride Like A Girl Portland. The post The Monday Roundup: Speed-limiters in EU, ‘Porn Pedallers’, progress in Seattle, and more appeared

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It's a nice place to ride; but it's not nice to get to. The post Advocates say it’s a perfect time to invest in ‘Safe Routes to the Slough’ appeared firs

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It's a completely new bus station design. The post 30 ‘shared bicycle and pedestrian’ bus stations are coming to SE Division appeared first on

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Five fresh job listings posted this week. Learn more about each one via the links below… –> Job: Mechanic – Joe Bike –> Job: Mechanic / Customer Service – Citybikes Workers’ Cooperative –> Job: Temporary Warehouse Worker – Castelli USA –> Job: Shipping Specialist – Velotech 

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So much to do. The post Weekend Event Guide: Dead Freeways, Broken & Coastal launch, a time trial, and more appeared first on

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The idea behind Wonk Night is to go deeper into the issues, get questions answered, and connect with other people. Based on early reviews from last night’s event, it appears to have been a big success. About 40 people braved a stormy evening and came together in the offices of Lancaster Engineering downtown to lear

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A carfree bridge that connects north Portland neighborhoods to the Columbia Slough, Smith & Bybee Lakes, and many other destinations will close for 90 days starting March 25th. The announcement was made today by the Bureau of Environmental Services. Here’s the official word: The Inverness Force Main is an 11-m

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There must be a more sensible solution. The post New section of Springwater will come with 10 new stop signs for path users appeared first on

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