AARP has an all new edition of their popular guide for how to assess and report on the safety and walkability of a street, intersection or neighborhood.
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.
According to the job notice, the successful candidate must possess outstanding leadership and business skills, strategic planning, financial background, experience managing change, and be passionate for authentic community and stakeholder engagement, understanding public, community, and governmental relations.
BEST invites community organizations and individuals to sign on to our Resolution for a Better Central Lane Regional Transportation Plan by Wednesday, March 2, 2022.
Each year on February 4, Rosa Parks’ birthday, we celebrate Transit Equity Day, a national day to commemorate and recognize the equity efforts of Rosa Parks and other civil rights leaders. Transit Equity Day highlights…
A total of 26 streets in Eugene are lined up for road improvement projects in 2022, and one major project in Springfield is being planned with more on the way.
Calling road fatalities an “unacceptable” crisis, Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg announced a National Roadway Safety Strategy with an ambitious goal: zero traffic deaths.
BEST recently joined partners across Oregon to support state efforts towards Climate-Friendly and Equitable Communities (CFEC).
For months, a group of youthful climate activists have waged a battle to halt a Portland highway expansion — and turn U.S. transportation policy around.
BEST welcomes new advisors Samantha Roberts with the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce and Cami Thompson with the University of Oregon. We also welcome the return of Joshua Skov.