One of the perks of publishing this blog is that I get to serve on the panel that reviews the class presentations for the PSU/PDOT Traffic and Transportation class. I’ve blogged frequently about the value of this class in helping train citizen transportation activists and this year’s crop is no less impressive.
As part of the arrangement Portland Transport is the official archive site for the class presentations. Here is this current set:
- A team is working on a Halo LID (PDF, 1.6M) to fund sidewalks in Bridlemile.
- Don Lief wants to straighten out the intersection at 60th and Stark (PDF, 1.2M)
- Jenn_Bildersee (PDF, 841K) and John_Reinhold (PDF, 908K) are working on better bicycle connections out of the Brooklyn neighborhood.
- Ryan Matson is striving to improve bike connections to NE Broadway. (PDF, 3.4M)
Later in the week I’ll feature what I thought was one of the most interesting of the projects.
[My apologies for the folks in the class that I’ve taken almost a month to get these up – I’ve been distracted by other projects :-)]