Holdings embrace Technology Square, components of Kendall Square, and plenty of properties in Cambridgeport and Area four neighboring the tutorial buildings. The land is held for funding purposes and potential lengthy-term expansion. In 2001, the Environmental Protection Agency sued MIT for violating the Clean Water Act and the Clean Air […]
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 […]
[ Home ] Oregon Electric Vehicle Association
The Oregon Electric Vehicle Association (OEVA) is a non-profit association of electric vehicle enthusiasts. We promote electric vehicle education and encourage their safe construction and use. We are part of the Multnomah Hot Rod Council and a chapter of the Electric Auto […]
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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 […]
Bicycle Clothing At Its Best–and Our Bicycle Clothing Is MADE IN OREGON!
Bicycle Clothing is the Most Critical of All Bicycle Accessories! Bicycle clothing is what makes or breaks the bicycling experience. It determines if you’re comfortable while riding, and therefore happy! Your bicycle clothing keeps you warm, dry, well padded, and safe. […]