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PBOT’s bike lockers keep your bike safe and dry

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a happy bike locker userIf you love to bike but you don’t have a secure place to park your bike, the Portland Bureau of Transportation Bike Locker program could be a great fit.

PBOT’s bike lockers provide a convenient, safe place to store your bike. You have 24 hour access to the lockers and a choice of nine locations in Downtown and Old Town/Chinatown.

Bike lockers can be rented for three months for $50 or six months for $95. You must also provide a $95 refundable key deposit. For more information, contact Scott Cohen at (503) 823-5345.

 

Need a bike locker outside of downtown? TriMet’s bike locker program operates bike lockers at MAX stations and bus transit centers throughout the region.  You can also rent bike lockers in the Lloyd District through the Lloyd District Transportation Management Association.

 

Dec. 4th Presentation on innovative bikeway developments, from around the world to Portland

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Riding on a separated bikewayMartha Roskowski, Director of Bikes Belong Foundation’s Green Lane Project, and a group of local transportation officials will discuss bikeway improvements from international and local perspectives at a free presentation on Tuesday, December 4th.

Portland is one of six focus cities selected to be a part of the Green Lane Project, which works to support building world-class cycling networks.  Roskowski will lead the discussion focusing on national and international developments in bicycling transportation and how Portland can learn from those advances.

The evening will include a short video about innovative bicycle infrastructure in several European cities.  The video will be shown “cinema interruptus” style, allowing audience members to pause the viewing at any point to ask the panel questions.

Who: Green Lane Project Director Martha Roskowski and a panel of local transportation officials

When: Tuesday, December 4, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Where: Portland Building Auditorium – 1120 SW 5th Ave., 2nd floor

What:  A talk on the Green Lane Project and a short film with discussion. 

Cost: Free and open to the public.