Portland Bureau of Transportation Bicycle Lunch and Learn Series
Third Thursday of Every Other Month (January-November), Noon to 1pm
City Hall, 1221 SW 4th Ave, 2nd Floor -Lovejoy Room
(bring your lunch!)
Thurs, September 17th:
Portland's Neighborhood Greenway Assessment Report
Presented by Margi Bradway & Roger Geller
For more than 30 years neighborhood greenways (formerly known as “bike boulevards”) have been providing great places for people to bike, walk, live, and play. But how have 30 years of traffic patterns, development, population growth, and engineering practices changed and how people use them? Portland’s Neighborhood Greenway Assessment Report is an in-depth look at how these important bicycle routes are functioning and how they could be improved. From pavement conditions to automobile speeds to street paintings, the report casts a wide net and proposes a number of changes for how the system should operate. Margi Bradway, PBOT’s Active Transportation Division Manager, and Roger Geller, PBOT’s Bicycle Coordinator, will present key data points and conclusions from the report and answer all your questions.
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For more information contact Timo Forsberg / 503-823-7699.
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