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Outnumbered on the Pathway

Outnumbered on the Pathway

Photo: The Oregonian

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It also struck me how inadequate standard bike lanes are when riding with kids. Why? At just four or five feet wide, it’s nearly impossible to ride next to a small child — which, as a father of a 7-year old who is just learning to mix with traffic, is something I feel compelled […]

Controversial Portland Columbia River Crossing Under Pressure to Move Forward, Despite Flaws

Bridge connecting Oregon and Washington planned for construction start in 2012, with light rail link included. But its new road capacity isn’t needed.

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Commuting To Work Habits Infographic

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The Backbone Bikeway Network would create miles-long east-west and north-south corridors for cyclists along some of the county’s largest streets and heaviest-traveled corridors. The network is one part of the plan offered by The L.A. Bike Working Group and was created as an alternative to the city of L.A.’s proposed bicycle plan. […]

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Portland Says: BUILD IT! Photo: Jonathan Maus

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Is Portland’s Reputation for Bike Friendliness Good for Business? via Alta Planning / portlandmercury.com

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Where the Pathway Ends: Tigard, Oregon. Wouldn’t it be funny to have a sign like this for motorists?  Please stop your car and push it for 1/4 mile, then resume your commute. Photo: Jonathan Maus

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