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Portland Bicycle Advisory Committee - November Meeting

Public Meeting
November meeting of the Portland Bicycle Advisory Committee.
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Introductions/Announcements (6:00-6:10)

E-Scooters (6:10-6:40)

PBOT staff (Catherine Ciarlo and Love Jonson) will highlight some of the key program questions and recommendations PBOT presented to City Council in October, as well as the questions and comments provided by Council. Staff is seeking input and guidance as the city develops a Request for Proposals for a contract with e-scooter service providers.

Transportation Demand Management (6:40-7:10)

Liz Hormann, a Transportation Demand Management Specialist with PBOT, will discuss the city’s developing approach to reducing single-occupancy vehicle trips through transportation demand management programming and policy

SE 162nd Avenue Project (7:10-7:35)

Liz Rickles is project manager for the 162nd Avenue Safety and Access to Transit Project, funded through a partnership between TriMet, the City of Portland, and Fixing our Streets II, which will reorganize 162nd Avenue between Powell and Stark with enhanced crossings at several locations, buffered bicycle lanes and sidewalk infill. Liz will discuss some of the considerations that led PBOT to striped buffered bicycle lanes rather than protected bicycle lanes.

Committee Business (7:35-7:50)

Public Comment (7:50-8:00)

Adjourn (8:00)