Partnerships

Bridging communities across differences, issue-areas and geographic focus.

The Street Trust partners with a wide range of organizations from non-profit, labor, business, health, education, faith, and other sectors. These partnerships make our advocacy more powerful, by bridging communities across differences, issue areas and geographic focus. We work with everyone to achieve our vision, from co-founding the Getting There Together coalition to forming strategic alliances to push for legislation like SB395, Safe Routes for All, or joining up with regional and statewide partners to win HB2017, our state’s last major transportation infrastructure package.

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Getting There Together

We co-founded GTT to bring together more than 50 community organizations to shape and advocate for the Metro transportation measure in 2020. Now, we share leadership on the Steering Committee and help to chart the future direction of this important, multi-disciplinary partnership.

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Safe Routes to School

Members of Oregon’s chapter of a national coalition work directly with school districts across the region to advocate for student safety in walking, biking and taking transit to school, home and extracurricular activities. 

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Bike Loud PDX volunteers hold a banner that says "Bike Loud" and stand with their bicycles on a Portland city street.

Bike Loud PDX

Bike Loud PDX is a Portland-focused cycling and traffic safety advocacy group. Their goal is to empower and support active transportation and create safer streets via grassroots advocacy campaigns. The Street Trust serves Bike Loud PDX as a fiscal sponsor. 

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