The Community Cycling Center is excited to announce the debut of the “I ride” campaign, a celebration of all who ride bicycles in our community, made possible through a grant from Kaiser Permanente’s Special Initiative Fund. The campaign features many of Community Cycling Center’s program participants who are champions and role models that have been working hard to promote bicycling in their neighborhoods. The “I ride” campaign will be displayed on bus benches located at 15 intersections in north and northeast Portland from May to October.
This year, the Good in the Neighborhood festival at King School Park proposes closing Going from Grand to 6th and Grand from Going to Wygant during the three days of the event, June 24th to 26th. The street closure permit application asks for community feedback to be directed to the organizer, Cheryl Roberts at 503-595-3517.
They will be continuing work on the King, Humboldt, Boise Road Safety Action Plan and need YOUR input and feedback. Pizza and refreshments will be provided. Please see their website for more information.
Please feel free to contact Michelle van Tijen with any questions.
Public Involvement Coordinator
Vision Zer0 Oregon
A project by
The Loci Group, Portland State University Masters of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop
Come take a look at potential N. Williams transportation improvements – to the bike lane, auto lanes, bus stops and crosswalks – on Saturday, April 16th, from 1:30 – 4:00 pm, 2910 N Williams Ave. The City wants to know which changes will and won’t work for you.
This will be a drop-in open house meeting, with:
- Real live traffic engineers
- Big colorful maps and drawings
- Childcare and playground
- Handouts and feedback forms to take for others who can’t attend
From the PBoT website:
The City of Portland wants to make N Williams a safer and more comfortable place to bike, drive, ride transit and walk. With the advice of a Stakeholder Advisory Committee formed for this project, City staff have prepared some alternative designs for your consideration. Come take a look and tell us what you think.
The current traffic operations/bikeway project is just the most recent change for the North Williams corridor in inner North Portland. This project builds on the work done beginning in 2006 as part of the Vancouver-Williams Transportation Project that recommended pedestrian safety improvements (many of which have since been constructed with funding from the Portland Development Commission).
Historically, this area includes one of Portland’s oldest commercial districts and was a main street for Portland’s African-American community. With its distinguished history, emerging bicycle-oriented business community and more than 3,000 bicycle riders every day, the North Williams Bikeway project area has many stakeholders who should be involved in discussions about the future cross-section of the street. A Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) has been formed and met for the first time on February 1, 2011.
For more information on the North Williams project, or to be added to the interest list to receive updates, contact project manager Ellen Vanderslice: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 503-823-4638.
Immaculate Heart Church, 2910 N Williams Ave
Come by #4 TriMet bus; bike via Williams/Vancouver; or drive and park in the church lot off of NE Stanton.
Licensed childcare and on-site playground
Translation services available upon request at least 3 days prior to the meeting
Light snacks will be provided