UPDATE: If you are unable to attend an in person meeting, you are invited to learn more about the plan and share your comments in a virtual listening meeting.
Want to know more about what Oregon is doing with their Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan, what’s included and what it means for the future of planning for, funding, and building pedestrian & bicycle projects, including the future of Safe Routes to School at the state level?
Of course you do! You are strongly encouraged to attend one of the Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) upcoming workshops, called “listening meetings”. The Portland workshop will be held on September 24 from 2:30-5pm — seats are limited.
ODOT is hosting a series of Listening Meeting Workshops to hear from you on key policy issues that relate to walking and biking in Oregon. At the workshops, ODOT will ask specific questions related to critical destinations, connectivity, and safety that will help inform policy development for the Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan (OBPP). The workshop will include an introductory presentation of the OBPP, highlight opportunities and challenges learned to date, and then break into table discussions. (Please plan to attend the full workshop.)
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED & space is limited! To register for one of five workshops around the state, go to the Get Involved webpage.