Two Cycling CRC Opinions

Yesterday’s Oregonian (if we broaden the definition to include the site) had two different opinion pieces on the Columbia River Crossing, both touching on bikes.

On the op-ed page, BTA Executive Director Scott Bricker explains his organization’s recent shift to the opposition column.

Meanwhile, in the online opinion space, Editorial Board member Mary Pitman Kitch (on the advice of Miguel Rosales who is designing the new Light Rail bridge over the Willamette) argues strongly that bikes and pedestrians should NOT be put underneath the main CRC bridge span.

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