Future of Transportation with Peter DeFazio, Lynn Peterson, and Jameson Auten
Getting from place to place is essential to daily life. How we do so impacts health and safety, equity, the vitality of our economy, community livability, and the environment. Our panel of thought leaders will share perspectives on transportation challenges and opportunities—and what planners, engineers, elected officials, and other community members should be doing to respond.
Eugene Middle Housing Public Hearing on April 18, 2022
A collection of resources about Eugene’s proposed Middle Housing Code Amendments.
Attend East 30th Avenue Active Transportation Plan open house
On Wednesday, February 16, either 4:00–5:00 p.m. or 5:00–6:00 p.m., join Lane County staff and the project team for an online open house to learn about the East 30th Avenue Active Transportation Plan and provide feedback.
Join rally to thank bus drivers for their dedication during COVID
Join us on Tuesday, November 9, 2021 at noon as BEST and other community partners rally to thank LTD’s bus drivers for their dedication as front-line workers during the pandemic and to highlight how critical public transit is to our community.
Observe Lane County Climate Advisory Committee
Lane County is developing a Climate Action Plan. A Climate Advisory Committee is charged with assisting the Board of Commissioners in this work. BEST executive director Rob Zako is a member. The 2nd meeting of…
LiveMove Speaker Series: The Intersection of Racism and Transportation with Tamika Butler
UPDATE 10/30/2020: Added link to YouTube recording. On Wednesday, Oct. 28, from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m., join us for a virtual discussion with Tamika Butler exploring the intersection of racism and transportation, its legacy, and…
Shift Lanes: 13th Avenue
The 13th Avenue Bikeway features a two-way protected bike lane from Alder Street to Lincoln Street, linking the University of Oregon to downtown Eugene. During the week of Fri–Fri, Oct. 23–30, Shift Lanes: 13th Avenue celebrates the…
Ride 4 Justice
UPDATE 10/23/2020: Added route map. On Saturday, Oct. 24, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m., starting and ending in Alton Baker Park, join us for a 8-mile, family-friendly, socially-distanced solidarity ride for those we have lost…