NO. 1: THE COURAGE TO CHALLENGE THE STATUS QUO
"…not all transportation planning goals have been met, or even appear to be achievable now, decades later. For example, one goal of the [1972] Downtown Plan was a mass transit system that would carry 75% of the passenger trips to and through the downtown core, and provide a viable alternative to the private vehicle—i.e., a fast, inexpensive, convenient and comfortable system. The 75% "mode split" seems unrealistic (instead, the automobile captures nearly that share, with transit closer to 15%)."
NO. 2: BREVITY
NO. 3: SNAZZY ILLUSTRATIONS
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Mon. May 12th; 6:30–8:30 pm

Roseway Heights Middle School Cafeteria

7334 NE Siskiyou, Portland



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Thurs. May 15th; 6:30–8:30 pm

King Elementary School Cafeteria

4906 NE 6th Avenue, Portland



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Mon. May 19th; 6:30–8:30 pm

St. John's Community Center

8427 N Central Street, Portland



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Wed. May 21st; 6:30–9:30 pm

Floyd Light Middle School Cafeteria

10800 SE Washington St., Portland



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Thurs. May 22nd; 7:30–9:30 am

Ambridge Event Center

300 NE Multnomah, Portland



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Thurs. May 22nd; 6:30–8:30 pm

Richmond School Cafeteria

2276 SE 41st Avenue, Portland



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Wed. May 28th; 6:30–8:30 pm

Lincoln High School Cafeteria

1600 SW Salmon Street, Portland



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Thurs. May 29th; 6:30–8:30 pm

St. Barnabas Episcopal Parish Hall

2201 SW Vermont Street, Portland



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Sat. May 31st; 11 am–4 pm

Youth Event: Build Your Own Portland

Montavilla Community Center

8219 NE Glisan Street, Portland