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Outlines the schedule of events for the October 3, 2005 Transportation Sfety Summit scheduled for 2:00 - 5:00 P.M.
Learn the status of transportation safety in Portland from Oct. 2005 to June 2007. Review the trends, costs, and solutions that impacted transportation safety over the past 1-3/4 years.
Outlines the schedule of events for the June 26, 2007 Transportation Safety Summit scheduled for 1:00 - 4:00 P.M.
Jennifer Dill, Ph.D., presentation that examines the relationship between community environmental factors and people's decision to bicycle, including network connectivity, bicycle infrastructure, and land use.
A collection of transportation safety programs & services that are being implementing in Portland. The inventory Includes a description of the program or service, a listing of the deliverables, approx. cost to implement, contact information, and more.
Why should transportation professionals be concerned with asthma? Because envirnomental factors including auto emissions contribute to asthma attacks & development. Over 71,000 children in Oregon suffer from asthma costing Oregonians $79 million.
Transportation Commissioner Sam Adams' presentation that looks at transportation safety benchmarks, safety accomplishments, how high gas prices & a weak economy affect transportation trends, updates on projects and services, and more.
Outlines the schedule of events for the October 6, 2008 Transportation Safety Summit scheduled for 1:00 - 4:00 P.M.
Recommended pedestrian and bicycle safety connections throughout Portland
Engineering tools to address bicycle safety applied in a "Bicycle Boulevard" setting
Tools to address safety on high crash corridors including Engineering, Education, and Enforcement strategies
Map indicating motor vehicle crashes in Portland from 1999 through 2008
Engineerings tools to address pedestrian safety
Map indicating arterials with sidewalks and arterials without sidewalks
Map indicating elementary schools involved in Portland Safe Routes To Schools programs
Presentation delivered to City Council on 5-5-2010 recognizes our strong collaboration with community partners, reviews our transportation safety successes, provides feedback on issues we are still working on, and highlights specific safety projects
Learn what a High Crash Corridor is, examine crash maps, discover 3-E tools (Engineering, Education, Enforcement), and review feedback received at the High Crash Corridor break-out session
Overview of the 6-E approach to Safe Routes to School (Equity, Education, Encouragement, Enforcement, Engineering, Evaluation) and success stories from the Portland area
Read more about the project, including feedback we received at the Transportation Safety Summit.
View the presentation that Mayor Adams and others presented at the 2011 Transportation Safety Summit. Learn why safety is our highest priority, positive and negative transportation trends, recent investments in our transportation system, and more.
Registration link for the Fifth Transportation Safety Summit scheduled for February 8, 2011, 6:00 - 9>00 PM at Marshall High School. PLEASE JOIN US!
Enjoy photos taken by Roger Averbeck during the 2011 Transportation Safety Summit. Thank You Roger!
View the 2012 Transportation Safety Summit, delivered by Mayor Adams. Learn why safety is our highest priority, transportation trends, and more.
Scheduled for Tuesday, February 16, 2010, 6:30 - 8:30 pm, White Stag Building
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