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Transit on Tap

A talk at one of the region’s great brewpubs.

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Every Transit Rider is a Pedestrian
Tuesday, January 13, 5:30–7 p.m.

2366 SE 82nd Ave, Portland, OR 97216
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Every Transit Rider is a Pedestrian

Sidewalks probably don’t get the recognition they deserve until you’re walking down a busy road or waiting for a bus without one. Learn about TriMet’s past and present work on prioritizing and funding pedestrian improvements such as sidewalks and crossings that improve access for riders walking or rolling.

Former TriMet planner Jessica Englemann will talk about a project she led, TriMet’s Pedestrian Network Analysis. It was produced to study the sidewalk and crossing network regionally, so we could make targeted recommendations to enhance access to transit.

Sara Schooley from the Portland Bureau of Transportation will share the city’s past, present, and future projects in East Portland that have improved access to transit stops, and enhanced general community livability with mobility options.

We hope to see you in the New Year as we enjoy some German brew for the first Transit on Tap in 2015!

Jessica Englemann, Planner
Sara Schooley, City of Portland, Pedestrian Coordinator

What is Transit on Tap?

Talks will be held in meeting rooms at local brew pubs, where you will be able to sample what’s on tap while hearing from transit experts on a variety of topics.

All events are free and open to the public.
Pub-goers are responsible for purchasing their own food and beverages.

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