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APPLY! Two great Safe Routes to School jobs: Tigard & Beaverton

Two great jobs posted this week for Safe Routes to School work in Tigard and Beaverton! These positions both come from funding from Metro’s Regional Travel Options… 191 more words

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Built Environment: The intersection of a new model

Local public health cannot continue addressing chronic disease at the current rate. Most local health departments continue to spend a majority of their tight budgets on acute disease while chronic illness is the leading causes of death in the United States. 286 more words

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Portland budget goes big for transportation, safety, and student travel

As the Safe Routes to School movement celebrates ten successful years of helping kids to walk, bike, and roll safely to school, and we wrap up another successful… 583 more words


Support expansion of Safe Routes to School in Portland budget: Public Hearing 5/20

City of Portland will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, May 20th at 6:00pm at City Hall, 1221 SW 4th Ave., to consider items for the 2015-16 Budget. 499 more words


Facing Funding Shortfall, Riverside County Presses On with More Roads

Even as Riverside County officials bemoan the recent downward spike for repairing roads in revenue, they’re digging in and getting ready to fight for a $1.7 billion, sprawl-inducing, LOS-based road expansion… 440 more words

Missed Opportunity

Good People + Good Communication = Success!

The factors which helped me with my project were the people involved. They lent their expertise and helped me with the grant process as well as the projects. 207 more words

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Planning for the Future of #bikeLA at Career Day

As an active transportation planner, I often think about the future: my impact on it, how I’d like to see things change, what the world will look like for the next generation, and (of course) why active transportation will help us in the future… I recently got to make a different type of impact on the future, given the opportunity to visit an elementary school and speak to young people about what I do for work! 553 more words

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