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Bicycle Plan for 2030 | The City of Portland, Oregon






The Portland Bicycle Plan for 2030 was adopted unanimously by Portland’s City Council on February 11, 2010.

To view/download the documents, click below:

Key principles of the Portland Bicycle Plan for 2030:

  • Attract new riders
  • Strengthen bicycle policies
  • Form a denser bikeway network
  • Increase bicycle parking
  • Expand programs to support bicycling
  • Increase funding for bicycle facilities

Bicycling creates safer streets, reduces the causes of global climate change, promotes a healthy environment, and limits the effects and health care costs related to inactivity.  It provides equity and access to viable, affordable transportation options and creates fun, vibrant, and livable neighborhoods.  It supports Portland’s economy and is a sound investment.

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Portland Oregon bicycle news, events, culture, and opinion.

TriTech Bikes owner Dylan Carrico-Rogers is staying positive despite a rough week at his business on East Glisan.
(Photo © J. Maus/BikePorltand)

The final installment of our three-part series written by Rebecca Small and Shawn Small.

On Friday, we shared information on the two programs that are intended to help you maintain payroll. However, businesses have other expenses besides payroll.

Though not an exhaustive list, the resources below can help you pay for things such as; fixing your broken cargo delivery bike, hiring a financial advisor to help you make a two-year plan, or buying camera equipment to create high-quality videos to take advantage of new streaming/remote/virtual business opportunities.

More revenue resources

Generally speaking, direct donations and grants are the easiest and lowest-risk resources if you can get them. Forgivable loans (like the Paycheck Protection Program) can be as good as a grant if you can meet all of the

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