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Vision Zero Cities 2020 highlights

October 29, 2020

Vision Zero Cities 2020 conference occurred online on Oct. 19–23, 2020. Effects of COVID-19 on transportation safety being felt far and wide by advocates and their communities. COVID-19 has taught the transportation world that rapid…

Ride 4 Justice: Statement by Aimee Okotie-Oyekan

October 24, 2020

Aimee Okotie-Oyekan is the Environmental and Climate Justice Coordinator for NAACP Eugene/Springfield and a graduate student studying planning at the University of Oregon. At home in Atlanta during the pandemic, she asked that the following…

Shift Lanes: 13th Avenue

October 14, 2020

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…

20 is Plenty

October 6, 2020

20 is Plenty was approved for most neighborhood residential streets in Eugene on July 13, 2020; signs currently being installed on a rolling basis. 20 is Plenty yard signs are available starting in late October;…

LTD 2021–2030 CIP Open for Public Comment

October 1, 2020

UPDATE 11/13/2020: Now includes LTD Board adoption of CIP. UPDATE 10/21/2020: Now includes BEST’s recommendations. LTD’s Community Investment Plan (CIP) is a 10-year framework that provides direction on community investments. Scheduled for adoption on Nov….