We all need transportation to get to school and work, buy food, find housing, and live our daily lives. But low-income people and people of color in the United States face transportation hurdles, based on historical and ongoing inequities in transportation and community investments, that can mean that just accessing basic needs is time consuming, dangerous, and almost impossible – and that can include the trip to school. 192 more words
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Posts written for Portland Green Streets e-Newsletter. Sarah Cushman founded and was the lead organizer of the all-volunteer PGS effort from 2007 to 2011.
Sign in Here Now & This Month’s Incentives – Green Streets Day, Friday, April 24th!2,746 more words
Summer is in full swing and I see families out biking on all kinds of equipment – some traditional, some not. Our daughter, Cedar, is eight years old now but I remember well that first year or so of trying to navigate possibilities for getting around by bike with a very little person. 1,069 more words
“Verona In Motion” is synonymous with the name Steve Neale. He has been an active partner, assisting with meeting the goals of our grant with a focus on nutrition and motion (exercise, positive movement with an emphasis on promoting health). 409 more words