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Joint Bicycle-Pedestrian Advisory Committee Meeting

Public Meeting
Joint meeting of the Portland and Bicycle Advisory Committees.
Available Online


Introductions/Announcements (15 minutes)

Earthquake Ready Burnside Bridge Draft Environmental Impact Statement (60 minutes)

Multnomah County and City of Portland Project Staff will provide an overview of the project Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) to be released on January 29. The project team will discuss how the committees can most effectively comment on the DEIS and will provide an update on the project active transportation connections.

Addressing Systemic Racism in Transportation (65 minutes)

PBOT staff will discuss ongoing efforts to discuss the history of systemic racism in transportation. Staff will discuss efforts by PBOT to advance it as an anti-racist organization through proclaimed intent and ongoing action. Staff will provide an overview of the “Pricing Options for Equitable Mobility” project and how the project has been designed to focus on racial equity.

Public Comment (10 minutes)


Actions are founded on individual decisions and individual decisions are ideally based on knowledge. Addressing systemic racism begins with self-education. To that end, the below linked workshops are potentially valuable tools to committee members and others seeking to understand and ultimately create racial equity in planning and outcomes:

“Identifying and Addressing Barriers to Physical Activity in the Black Community”

“Festival Talk: Bicycle Advocacy in the Wake of the Global Racial justice Reckoning and Quarantine”

“TREC Seminar: Biking While Black – How Planning Contributes to Unjust Policing”

“Defining, Contextualizing and Understanding Transportation Equity”

“Bike Lanes, Gentrification and Anti-Blackness”