||Active Transportation Needs Inventory - Bike Lunch & Learn
||ODOT Region 1 is developing an Active Transportation Needs Inventory to assess gaps in the existing system and strategically identify future projects that provide the greatest benefits for all users. Come learn about the process and give your input.
||City Hall, 1221 SW 4th Ave, 2nd Floor - Lovejoy Room
||ODOT Region 1 Active Transportation Needs Inventory
presented by Jessica Horning, ODOT Region 1 Transit and Active Transportation Liaison, and Karla Kingsley, Kittelson Associates
Less than half of ODOT's highways in urban areas currently have sidewalks and bike lanes. The Oregon Transportation Plan sets a goal of completing the state biking and walking network by 2030, but adequate funding is not available to meet this target. ODOT Region 1 is developing an Active Transportation Needs Inventory to assess gaps in the existing system and strategically identify future projects that provide the greatest benefits for all users.
For more information about this project visit the webpage.
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||Fix-It Fair (con clases en español)
||FREE event sponsored by the City of Portland. Learn about home energy savings, budget heathy eating, all-season cycling, & lots more! Basic bike repairs done onsite by Bikes for Humanity & Bike Farm. Repair Cafe for small appliances. Click for details.
||David Douglas High School, 1001 SE 135th Ave, Portland, OR 97233
||Para información en español haz clic aquí.
This is a FREE event sponsored by the City of Portland. Learn about home energy savings, heathy eating on a budget, all-season cycling, lots more!
Basic bike repairs will be done on-site by Bikes for Humanity Bike Farm between 9:45 and 2:00.
Repair Cafe will be there from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm to help fix a small appliance or clothing item for you while you learn how. Many more classes and workshops, plus free on-site childcare, free lunch and door prizes awarded every hour.
See the full schedule of events on the brochure (PDF). Click here for the Fix-It Fair website.
For questions call 503-823-4309 or email email@example.com .