How We Get There Matters – Winter 2015

Please join us for an upcoming Regional Active Transportation Forum on Tuesday, January 27, 1-5 p.m.

Are active transportation projects of regional significance? Contribute to a discussion about different ways to define “projects of regional significance” and help develop answers to a question that could guide future investments in transportation.

Speakers from various perspectives will make the case for what it means to be regional in transportation, with the intention of cultivating an open and ongoing discussion. Topics will include:

  • Transit access & last-mile accommodation
  • Commute-trip reduction strategies
  • When a main street is both a community center and a regional corridor
  • Economic development through active transportation tourism
  • More!

Space is limited, register today. More details coming soon.

“How We Get There Matters” is an Intertwine Alliance forum on active transportation sponsored in partnership with Metro, the Safe Routes to School National Partnership, and Portland State University’s Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation.

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