E448 – Chris Talks Bike Parking

Chris Smith rejoins the podcast to discuss new developments in Portland’s bike parking regulation.

– web site for code update: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/70439
– direct link to PDF of code update: https://www.portlandoregon.gov/transportation/article/706614
– link to provide online testimony via map app: https://www.portlandmaps.com/bps/mapapp/proposals/#/bpc

2nd Thursday of every month Joyful Rider’s Club in Minneapolis
2nd Friday of Every Month Boston Bike Party
Also, 2nd friday of Every Month Indianapolis Bike Party
Also, Also, 2nd Friday of Every Month East Bay Bike Party
Last friday of every month: Baltimore Bike Party
Every 2nd Sunday of every month in PDX: Corvidae Bike Club Ride

CALL FOR ENTRIES! Submit your film by January 20 to be part of the collection
Boise, ID – January 18
Los Angeles, CA – January 27
Hood River, OR – February 12
Arcata, CA – March 15
Bendigo, Australia – October 4

DC Metro now allows bicycles on trains during rush hour

From pathless pedaled – why we decided to stop traveling endlessly

Tim Mooney: Local business asserts pressure, claiming its parking is more important than bike lanes. Sounds like Portland, amirite ⁦‪@SprocketPodcast‬⁩? twitter.com/ggwash/status/…

Scoot scoot news from Brock – Scooters are now allowed in bike lanes and on the street in #Denver. You can only use them on sidewalks if street speed limits exceed 30 mph and no bike lane exists. ow.ly/PTap30neLZX via twitter user Mary Beth Susman

Noah S. is visiting Portland!
-trip to Beer Mongers
– is there a best day fo the week for a visit?
-rent a Brompton for a day -clever cycles for this?
-Multnomah Falls
-Cannon Beach/Goonies
-PDX coffee outside
-go on one of the fun social rides you guys regularly mention

Miele (my el). sends Phillip first ride photos in forest park – go phillip! 11/21/18

Keith from Indianapolis – the 19th is Indiana!

Guthrie’s wrong on 9th! Via Josh G
From PBOT – continuing to meet neighbors/community, co-hosting focus groups, working with safe routes to identify safetey needs, appreciate ongoing participation. portlandoregon.gov/transportation/L2W

Hard Bike Life in Japan via Paul
BROCK’s suggestions:
– long rides
– cool destinations
– bikey people groups, they’ve got to exist!

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