Tag Archives: Washington County

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 […]

7 Trails That Wouldn’t Exist Without Your Advocacy

Seven multi-use paths throughout Oregon just received funding through the ConnectOregon program, out of 39 transportation projects state-wide. The projects range from a rails-to-trails through wine […]

Guest Post: Washington County’s Bike More Challenge Recap

This guest post is written by Robin Straughan, Washington County’s Bike More Challenge Team Champion. Thank you Robin and congrats Westside riders for rocking it in […]

Action Alert: Make Big Streets Safe in Washington County

There is one week left to comment on major Washington County transportation projects. Speak up today at www.mstip3e.com to support protected bike lanes on 170th Avenue, complete […]

Washington County Needs Your Help to Spend $160 Million

How many times have you wanted something improved on your street or in your neighborhood, only to be told there’s no money for the project? Through […]

Make Big Streets Safe With 5 Simple Questions

Through the Major Streets Transportation Improvement Program (MSTIP), Washington County currently has $160 million available for transportation projects, and they need to hear from you how […]

Good News for Two Trails

Three years ago, the Bicycle Transportation Alliance fought for and won a new source of funding for multi-use paths: the state-wide ConnectOregon program, which supports the […]

Tualatin River Greenway Opens Saturday!

Good news for Washington County riders and families- the new Tualatin River Greenway opens Saturday! The greenway is a 4.7-mile long bicycle and pedestrian shared use […]

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 […]

Washington County Releases School Access Study

Washington County just took a big first step on the path to safe routes to school by working with schools and communities to identify needs. Read more […]

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