A strong “bomb cyclone” snow storm is moving over Southwest Oregon and could bring a light dusting to Portland later tonight.
But some people want to name it after Ned Flanders.
Today, there are no negotiations to get into the car. No maneuvering a wiggly child into an uncomfortable car safety seat. No waiting in the pickup line at school or day care.
The number of traffic deaths in Portland this year rose again. Already by August there had been more traffic fatalities in Portland than in all of last year.
Novick told WW today: “My tombstone should probably read: ‘He should have stuck to his guns against Uber.'”
2019’s fatality count now matches 2018’s, even by the most conservative standards. And it’s only August.
Since April 26, there have been 46 e-scooter related emergency room and urgent care visits, and 16 scooter collisions have been reported.
E-scooters might not be as environmentally friendly as they are made out to be.