#BetterNaito BrewFest

‘Better Naito’ project returns for Oregon Brewers Festival, with 1 automobile lane dedicated to bike, pedestrian use  | July 21, 2015
Andrew Theen, (The Oregonian)

Link to Oregonian article with commentary on the project  | July 21, 2015

Better Naito is back: Bike/walk path will return for Brewfest  | July 17, 2015
Jonathan Maus,

Mo Betta Block  | July 7, 2015
Adrienne Leverette, (Fat Pencil Studio)

#BetterNaito RoseFest

Checking in on the ‘Better Naito’ pilot project  | June 5, 2015
Jonathan Maus,

Fury Road : Welcome to the 2015 Bike Issue! Things Have Changed Since Last Year  | June 3, 2015
Dirk VanderHart (The Portland Mercury)

Pilot project opens lane of Naito Parkway to bicyclists, walkers
| May 22, 2015
Max Barr, (KGW Portland)

#BetterNaito demo kicks off two-week trial of multi-use path west of Waterfront Park  | May 22, 2015
Michael Andersen,

Portland takes a car lane and makes it a mile-long pop-up park
| May 22, 2015
A. K. Streeter, (Treehugger)

Decades after its highway became a park, Portland tests another boost
to public space
 | May 20, 2015
Michael Andersen, (People For Bikes)

With pilot project, City will turn Naito Parkway into public space for all
| May 19, 2015
Jonathan Maus,

Portland State seniors transform Naito Parkway into cycling- and walking-friendly throughway for Rose Festival | May 19, 2015
Transportation Insight for Vibrant Communities,

PSU seniors transform Naito Parkway into bike and ped-friendly throughway for Rose Festival | May 19, 2015
Julie Rutherford, (Portland State University)

Naito Parkway lane opens to pedestrians, bikers during Rose Festival
| May 19, 2015

Naito Parkway plan announced to give more walking space during Rose Festival | May 19, 2015
Staff, (Fox 12 Oregon)

Naito Northbound Loses a Lane | May 19, 2015
Staff, (FM News KXL 101)

Alice Awards

BTA annouces 2015 Alice Award winners  |  April 9, 2015
Jonathan Maus,

On the scene at the BTA Alice Awards gala  |  May 29, 2015
Jonathan Maus,

The 2015 Alice Award Winners are…   |  April 9, 2015
Sarah Newsum,

2015 Alice Award Winners   |  May, 2015
Bicycle Transportation Alliance,

3rd Ave Permanent

Proposed plaza outside Voodoo Doughnut could be permanent by year’s end  | March 17, 2015
Michael Anderson,

After 3-day demo, city council moves to ‘next phase’ of rethinking 3rd Avenue  | October 15, 2014
Michael Anderson,

Weston Award

Weston Award Winner #1: Better Block PDX  |  Oct 21, 2014
Noel Mickelberry,

3rd Avenue Old Town

Just after midnight on the redesigned 3rd Ave
| October 15, 2014
Michael Andersen,

Volunteers prep for Friday’s three-day ‘Better Block’ demonstration on 3rd Ave  | October 1, 2014
Michael Andersen,

Portland’s Old Town To Host Pop-Up Public Plaza | September, 2014
Lizzie Duff, (OPB)

Old Town will test a huge plaza for pedestrians and cyclists, for a single weekend in October | September, 2014
Jamie Hale, (Oregonian)

For one weekend, Old Town will test a huge plaza, bike lanes and cafes along 3rd Avenue | September, 2014
Michael Andersen,

What Does A More Walkable, Bikeable Old Town Look Like? Find Out Next Month. | September, 2014
Dirk Vanderhart, (The Portland Mercury)

Popcorn Plaza on Clinton & 26th 

Popcorn Plaza | Sept 1, 2014
Meghan Phair,

‘Popcorn plaza’ video shows off benefits of reusing underused street space | June 18, 2014
Michael Andersen,

This weekend, ‘Popcorn plazas’ will add tiny parks to the street outside Clinton Street Theater | June 11, 2014
Michael Andersen,

Park(ing) Day

PARK(ing) Day and Portland’s Future for Public Space | November, 2013
Katrina Johnston-Zimmerman
Guest article,

Citizen Urbanists Launch ‘Better Block PDX’ to Perk up Public Spaces
| November, 2013
Michael Andersen,

Park(ing) Day Creates Tiny Green Spaces Throughout The Asphalt Jungle
| September, 2013
Ben Schiller, Co.Exist (FastCompany)


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