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PSU/PBOT Streets For People Workshop

Join us March 4 @ 11AM for a conversation about how we can help improve and adapt Portland’s public spaces —our streets, plazas, squares, alleys and promenades— to bring our community together and support economic activity as the city recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic. How can we weave the pandemic experiments that temporarily transformed streets into places for people into the fabric of our daily lives?

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Trimet GM Search- Participate in Survey, Listening Sessions in Feb & March

Our partners at the Getting There Together Coalition having been rallying the community to call for an inclusive, transparent, process with meaningful participation from community members in the hiring of the agency’s next General Manager. 

This leadership change provides an opportunity for the community to be involved in this essential hiring decision that will have impacts across the greater Portland region for years to come. The $1.5 billion transit agency serves 2.5 million people in the greater Portland area.

At the urging of the public, TriMet has embarked upon a public hiring process with opportunities for participation from community leaders — so let’s get involved! 

 

Oregon Pedestrian Law Guide Cover. Illustrated people crossing street.
Rob Kline’s Oregon Pedestrian Law Guide

Oregon Pedestrian Law Guide

Attorney Rob Kline wrote the Oregon Pedestrian Law Guide which is the preeminent source of information on pedestrian law and rights in Oregon. Check out the Guide to learn important information regarding your rights!

The Book Cover for Cycling for Sustainable Cities
John Pucher, Cycling for Sustainable Cities now available!

Cycling is the most sustainable means of urban travel, practical for most short- and medium-distance trips—commuting to and from work and school, shopping, visiting friends—as well as for recreation and exercise. Cycling promotes physical, social, and mental health, helps reduce car use, enhances mobility and independence, and is economical for both public and personal budgets. Cycling should be made feasible for everyone and not limited to especially fit, daring, well-trained cyclists riding expensive bicycles. Cycling for Sustainable Cities shows how to make city cycling safe, practical, and convenient for all ages and abilities.

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Bag it Forward with New Season's and The Street Trust!

We are thrilled to have been selected as the Bag it Forward hunger partner with New Season's March-August 2021. Thanks to all who voted for us! Your nickel makes a difference!

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WTS Luncheon with Sarah Iannarone

WTS Luncheon: Conversation with Sarah Iannarone on Moving the Street Trust Forward

WTS’s goal is to advance the transportation industry and the women who are a part of it. Among other topics that will be covered, we will hear from Sarah about: What is the Street Trust, and what are the StreetTrust's upcoming priorities? How do you revamp an established organization to help live up to its newer values, including racial justice? What is upcoming for active transportation in the Oregon legislature?

Please register for WTS Luncheon with Sarah Iannarone  on Mar 9, 2021 12:00 PM PST