Columbia River Crossing: The Biggest Project Seattle's Never Heard Of

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With the debate about funding the Columbia River Crossing over for now in Oregon, the fight for money moves to Washington state. And as Portland Afoot reports in its latest news magazine, the fate of the $3.4 billion megaproject now lies in the hands of Seattle—and most people there don't even know about it.Publisher Michael Andersen visits our binary star of a city to the north and finds that aside ...   More
 
Monday, April 8, 2013 ANDREA DAMEWOOD

Portland Afoot's Kickstarter Video is 'We Are the World' With Transit Nerds

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 Consistently excellent public transit magazine Portland Afoot celebrated its second anniversary last night, and publisher Michael Andersen debuted his plan for the future: a mobile app.Today, Portland Afoot launched a $5,000 Kickstarter campaign for a mobile magazine with an inspirational video that's a who's who of transit geeks. The magazine is a sometimes uncomfortable blend of solid reporting ...   More
 
Friday, July 27, 2012 by Aaron Mesh

TriMet's New Service-Animal Rule Could Allow Miniature Horses


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Our latest edition of Portland Afoot newsletter reminded us about TriMet's plan to adopt new rules for service animals, modeled after new federal regulations on the same topic, on March 15. Those federal rules say a "service animal" is a dog trained to assist a person with a disability—not any other animal or a dog whose only job is to give emotional comfort. Until TriMet adopts its new ...   More
 
Tuesday, January 18, 2011 BETH SLOVIC

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