Tag Archives: blueprint

Recap: Three Years in Washington County

For the past three years, I have had the joy of working as the Bicycle Transportation Alliance’s Washington County Advocate. Today is my last day at the […]

New Link in Westside Trail Coming Soon!

Washington County and Nike just announced a collaboration to provide a new segment of the Westside Trail along 158th Avenue, near MAX and the Nike campus. We […]

Blueprint Priorities Get Shot At State Funding

Much-needed improvements could come soon to the Tualatin Valley (TV) Highway through the statewide “Enhance” program. Six projects to improve biking, walking, and transit access in […]

Poll Result: ODOT’s Proposed Barbur Bridge Fixes are Inadequate

We asked people what they wanted to see on the Barbur Bridges and the answer was clear: safe, separate space for walking and biking. Currently, the […]

Barbur Fixes – Years late and not what we ordered.

The BTA ordered chips and salsa for SW Barbur Boulevard. Years after placing the order, The Oregon Department of Transportation has just told us, “an enormous […]

Tualatin Valley Highway Campaign Update

This summer, the BTA embarked on an ambitious and desperately needed campaign to raise support for a safer Tualatin Valley (TV) Highway. It’s one of our […]

Exploring East Portland by Bike

This past Saturday the Bicycle Transportation Alliance hosted a Policy Ride in East Portland to highlight active transportation projects that will be constructed in the near […]

Hillsboro Trail Master Plan – FINAL OPEN HOUSE!

Who: You! What: Final Hillsboro Trail System Master Plan Open House When: Wednesday, May 20 from 6 – 8:00 p.m. Where: Hillsboro Main Library, 2850 NE Brookwood Pkwy […]

Dear ODOT, Fix Barbur

CAMPAIGN UPDATE: Since launching our campaign and working with our community partners, including the Friends of Barbur, we’ve collected 721 signatures demanding sidewalks and protected bike lanes over the Barbur […]

Fix the Crossings: Open House May 7

People in Washington County spoke up loud and clear when they said Highway 26 crossings needed to be improved for people biking and walking. We heard […]

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