King Neighborhood is partnering with the Vision Zero Oregon Portland State University Masters Workshop project. Vision Zero looks forward to working with King and having the input and expertise of the King Neighborhood Association guide Portland neighborhoods towards zero roadway deaths. Here’s how to get involved with the project:
1) Walking Tour:
Please join us to help identify road safety problem areas and talk about solutions that will make it safer and easier for everyone to get around the King, Boise, and Humboldt neighborhoods.
When: Saturday, March 5 – 10:00-11:00am
Where: The tour begins at 10:00am at Reflections Coffee and Books, 446 NE Killingsworth Street (just east of MLK Blvd)
Details: No need to RSVP, just show up ready to walk and talk, rain or shine. We will meet at Reflections Coffee and Books before and after the walking tour.
2) Online Survey:
We want to know what you think about road safety and how it can be improved. Please take 10 minutes to fill out our survey and let us know what concerns you in the King, Boise, and Humboldt neighborhoods. It will help us better understand the road safety issues in your neighborhood and you can enter to win $15! Deadline is March 21, 2011.
Feel free to contact Michelle van Tijen of Vision Zero anytime with questions and ideas about how you want to get involved! Thank you for taking the survey and we hope to see you on Saturday (with umbrellas and walking shoes)!