Platinum Bicycle Master Plan Process Goes Public

The first round of public meetings for the update to the Bicycle Master Plan (the one that’s going to take us to Platinum) has been announced (you’ll also find them on our calendar):

What Daily Portland Activity…

Saves money?

Reduces air, noise, and water pollution?
Improves health and fitness?

Makes Portland a better place to live?

You guessed it, bicycling!

As part of the Platinum Bicycle Master Plan Update, Commissioner Sam Adams and the City of Portland are holding three town halls in June to discuss:
– Current cycling conditions in the city, especially in less bicycle-friendly areas
– Safety concerns
– How the City is working to increase bicycle use

Whether you currently cycle, or are interested in trying, please come talk to us. All forums will have an Open House at 5:00 pm with a facilitated discussion from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. Refreshments will be served. For more information, click here.

East – Tuesday, June 5
East Portland Community Center
Multi-Purpose Room
740 SE 106th – Portland, OR 97216

Downtown/Southwest/Northwest – Tuesday, June 12
Portland Building, Room C
1120 SW 5th Ave – Portland, OR 97204

North/Northeast – Thursday, June 14
Jefferson High School, Cafeteria
5210 N Kerby Ave – Portland, OR 97217

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