Lyft is partnering with Central City Concern to provide transportation for
Wheeler and Commissioner Nick Fish missed the vote, but support the plan to help buses move more rapidly downtown and build out bike lanes.
Bike commuters prepared to breeze down the temporary two-way bike path Better Naito today were met with a surprise. It’s gone.
In other news: Betsy Johnson fails a purity test.
It may someday be possible to bike through downtown Portland shielded from cars.
The development of the Fremont Place Apartments looks like it will proceed.
New development plans filed with city officials outline potential for a 33-story mixed use building on Southwest Washington Street between 9th and 10th Avenues—or the larger half of the Alder Street Food Cart Pod.
If a company has deep enough pockets, it can treat city fines like a speed bump.
Your recent article on building heights missed a crucial point: The current system is delivering the worst of both worlds.