Pacific Northwest

Salem's Winter-Maple Bikeway Final Draft

From our friends and colleagues at Salem Bike Boulevard Advocates:

After two years of discussions, planning, and community outreach, Salem is one step closer to constructing its first neighborhood greenway.

The final draft of the Winter-Maple Bikeway (WMB) plan has been published on the City of Salem website. Download the plan and see what changes are proposed for the area.

Comment now: What should the transportation system do for greater Portland?

Now through Feb. 17, tell leaders what or how you would focus investments in our transportation system.

We all use our system of throughways, roads, bridges, sidewalks, bikeways, and transit and freight routes. So, we should all get a say in how we create a transportation system that is safe, healthy, reliable and affordable. Regional leaders want to know how you would prioritize the next 20 years of transportation investments. 

Now Hiring: Pacific Northwest Regional Policy Manager (Salem/Eugene)

UPDATED: Applications Due: Friday, December 15, 2017 COB

Join the Safe Routes Partnership (Safe Routes Partnership) and use your professional talents and personal passion for advancing safe walking and bicycling to and from schools and in daily life, to improve health outcomes and create equitable, livable, sustainable communities for all.

Get Kids Moving: A walking, biking, and rolling to school planning guide

This guide highlights the health benefits of Safe Routes to School initiatives for schools and school communities, provides examples of how active school travel fits with current school priorities, and outlines the roles that school administrators, health practitioners, and interested family and community members can take.