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Ride Every Wednesday - April 26, 2023

Free coffee from the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) at pop-up events Every Wednesday, March to April 2023
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7:30 am 10:00 am

Join us for a Ride Every Wednesday pop-up! 

As part of Every Wednesday, the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is rewarding people who get to work Downtown by transit, bicycling, or walking 

Thanks to our friends at Portland Mall Management for providing live music and The Square for hosting us for this special pop-up event.


  • Free coffee from Deadstock Coffee
  • One time $50 Kuto credit that can be spent at any participating business
  • Limited edition Rose Lanes swag! 

Please note all items are available while supplies last 

When: 7:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Where: Deadstock Coffee - 408 NW Couch Street, Portland, OR 97209

Save time, download the Kuto app

Orange logo with text that says "Pay with Kuto"

To receive your $50 Kuto credit you'll need to first download the app to your smartphone and setup your account. Kuto is a locally designed app that  uses secure bank transfers, like a debit card, to save small businesses money and keep money local. 

We will have al limited number of cards to hand out so first come, first served. 

  • You must scan the QR code on the back of the card by midnight April 26 (same day)
  • You must redeem your credit by May 26
  • One card per household. 

Download Kuto

Ride Every Wednesday

For more information about Ride Every Wednesday and what types of trips are eligible for rewards visit our website. 

Ride Every Wednesday Website

What are Rose Lanes?

The Rose Lane Project is creating a faster,  more reliable transit network riders can count  on. Rose Lane projects use a variety of signs, signal changes, and pavement markings (sometimes red) to give buses and streetcars priority so they don’t get stuck in traffic. Rose Lanes not only help riders have a better journey today, they also encourage more people to ride transit in the future. This is critical to reach our city’s goals around climate and equity.

Learn more about the Rose Lanes project


Rob Hemphill

Transportation Options Program Coordinator