We're fighting to make walking, biking, and transit safe and convenient for everyone.
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The Street Trust Welcomes Sarah Iannarone!

“The Street Trust has always geared toward community, advocacy, and the intersection of transportation and social justice,” says Thomas Ngo, Board Member of both The Street Trust and its advocacy arm, The Street Trust Action Fund. “Iannarone brings the global expertise, commitment to equity, and passion for the work these times demand.”

Welcome to The Street Trust, Sarah! 

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Your Help Makes a Difference

We cannot recover from the pandemic, recession, and the inequitable access to jobs, housing, and transportation for BIPOC and low-income communities without vigorous and visionary leadership.

Now more than ever The Street Trust must be a leader in our community. 

Support our work today by giving what you can! 

Now Hiring
Position Announcement: Events and Engagement Assistant

We’re looking for a creative self-starter who can innovate to maintain the relevance of public events and engagement in a highly dynamic context. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to influence how the position evolves and to impact whether or not this becomes a permanent position at The Street Trust in the future.

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2021 Oregon Active Transportation Summit

2021 Oregon Active Transportation Summit will be held virtually April 20- April 23, 2021 | April 27- April 30, 2021.

 

Stay tuned for more details on this year's OATS! 

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Introducing WEBIKE PORTLAND!

We are proud to introduce WEBIKE PORTLAND! WBP is The Street Trust's program to inspire more trans people of all genders, gender non-conforming folx, 2 spirit, and women (both trans and cis) to incorporate a bike into their lives and use biking as a way to meet their transportation needs and personal goals.

#WEBIKEPORTLAND

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In Grief, Solidarity and Commitment with #BlackLivesMatter

Our hearts break for George Floyd, his family, friends, and the Black community. We stand with Breonna Taylor and her community, and Ahmaud Arbery and his. Existing safely in public spaces as a Black person is a transportation issue and, more importantly, a human right.