Tag Archives: Metro

Tell ODOT: Get Serious About Traffic and Invest in Transit, Biking, and Walking

As the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) considers its framework on tolling and congestion pricing, it’s up to us to make sure they get the details […]


Vision Zero, Equity, Funding: Our 2018 Active Transportation Summit

This year’s Oregon Active Transportation Summit was a great opportunity to learn about making walking, bicycling, and public transit safer and easier for everyone. We’re grateful […]


Metro wants you to #bikemore!

After decades of careful planning and investment, the Portland region’s transportation system has grown to be one of the best in the country. A majority of […]


#bikemore with Metro

Metro’s mission is to make the Portland metro region a great place – one of the ways they do this is by working with partners to […]


Overwhelming Support For Dedicated Bike and Pedestrian Funds

The results are in: 69 percent of people surveyed by Metro think the agency should continue to dedicate Regional Flexible Funds to biking and walking. These […]


1500 Strong for a Safer TV Highway

There is only one continuous connection throughout Washington County between the communities of Beaverton, Aloha, Reedville, Hillsboro, Cornelius, and Forest Grove. That road is the Tualatin […]


A People’s History of Recent Urban Transportation Innovation

In 1974, Portlanders blocked construction of the Mt. Hood Freeway and made way for decades of transportation innovation. This history, along with those of Denver, New York, Seattle, […]


Tigard Calls on Metro to Create Regional Safe Routes to School Program

A week after the City of Milwaukie adopted a resolution calling for regional funding for Safe Routes to School, the City of Tigard added their voice to those […]


Thanks for Helping Plan the Council Creek Trail

After months of work with advocates, community members, and planners, a route has been chosen for the Council Creek Regional Trail. This new multi-use path will […]


A Loss for the Ducks, but a Win for Every Kid

On Monday night, in a blitz of a meeting before the Ducks vs. Buckeyes championship game, the Beaverton School Board adopted an important resolution supporting the […]


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