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Bikeways of the PMLR Project - Bicycle Lunch and Learn

City Hall, 1221 SW 4th Ave, second floor - Lovejoy Room

Thursday, May 15 2014, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Host

Timothy R Forsberg

Summary

The Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail (PMLR) project will bring $40 million in biking and walking improvements to the area. Teresa Boyle, PBOT's project manager for this project, will fill us in about the new bikeways we'll enjoy once completed.

Category

Event Types > Community Events

Description

Bikeway Improvements for the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail project

presented by Teresa Boyle, PBOT Development Services & Capital Program

 

Drawing of Tilikum Crossing with biker and walkerIt has been described as "Portland's biggest bike project ever."  The Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail (PMLR) project will bring $40 million in biking and walking improvements to the area.  In addition to the first Willamette bridge devoted to active transportation, new connections on the east and west side of the river will help people travel on bike, on foot, and of course on transit.

Teresa Boyle, PBOT's project manager in charge of coordinating with TriMet for this project, will fill us in about the new bikeways we'll enjoy once the project is complete.

Bring your questions, your Lunch -  and Learn! 

 

The Bicycle Lunch and Learn series is sponsored by the Portland Bureau of Transportation.

Click here to go to the Bike Lunch and Learn webpage.

 

For more information: Timo Forsberg /503-823-7699.

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