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Download a brochure on the Cycle Track here.
The Bureau of Transportation is partnering with Portland State University on a Cycle Track demonstration project on SW Broadway from SW Clay to SW Jackson. PSU has one of the largest populations of bicyclists in the downtown core and is a key destination for many cyclists.
The Bicycle Transportation Alliance has provided Transportation with critical insights on the design and the Cycle Track. They strongly support this demonstration saying, "Widening the bike lane on Broadway and putting it next to the sidewalk, instead of next to the moving traffic, will give people a more comfortable place to ride. And because this is a demonstration project, we'll be very interested to hear feedback from all users of the street on what works, and what doesn't work, for them."
The new Cycle Track on Broadway will provide a highly visible location in downtown Portland. Portland State University hosts a Saturday Farmers’ Market and at Portland State they do more then just study sustainability. The university engages directly with the community around them to make sustainability real.
Read the Mayor's Office description of the official opening here.
Bike Portland's first look at the installation of the PSU Cycle Track
Portland Police will monitor motorists on the Cycle Track Corridor
The Bicycle Business League takes care of PBOT crews installing the cycle track.
Bike Portland's coverage of the official opening of the Cycle Track
Jonathan Maus' coverage of the PSU Cycle Track Demonstration Project
Frequently Asked Questions
Randy Neves reports on the PSU Cycle Track Demonstration project.
Joe Rose covers the installation of the Cycle Track
Joe Rose covers the opening of the Cycle Track and the SE Holgate Buffered bicycle lanes
Joseph Rose coverage of the PSU Cycle Track Demonstration Project
Alternative to Cycle Track being demonstrated on SW Stark & SW Oak in downtown Portland. Enhanced bicycle lane reconfigures streets as a demonstration concurrent to the Cycle Track to determine which is more comfortable for cyclists and motorists.