Repost Party: June InMotion, BikeLane Coalition update #20, and ODOT construction newsletter

Ain’t no party like a repost party ’cause a repost party is alotlessworkthanactuallywritinguniquecontent. Today’s repost party includes the always-wonderful City of Eugene InMotion newsletter, which is chock full of information about local events and construction, including this important tidbit about upcoming 1-5 bridge construction: SPRINGFIELD— An ODOT construction project will soon impact the bridge over … Continue reading “Repost Party: June InMotion, BikeLane Coalition update #20, and ODOT construction newsletter”

Mid-May InMotion: There is a ton of stuff going on this month!

The wonderful folks who write the city’s monthly InMotion newsletter have put out a mid-month supplement to help cover the plethora of events happening during National Bike Month (May, silly).  I’m grateful, because that means they’ve done all my work for me! This short supplement covers the upcoming “Breakfast at the Bridges” events and this … Continue reading “Mid-May InMotion: There is a ton of stuff going on this month!”

May InMotion + InTheNews: Coconut Bliss Foodcart and “Drive Less, Save More”

The City of Eugene’s May InMotion newsletter is out, and covers some great things.  Two things that stand out for me are their May Facebook photo contest – which has already yielded some great shots – and the coming of bike corrals to Eugene. Quoted from InMotion: Bike Parking in Eugene – Bike Corrals Coming … Continue reading “May InMotion + InTheNews: Coconut Bliss Foodcart and “Drive Less, Save More””

April InMotion Newsletter

The April InMotion newsletter is out, and as usual it’s full of great information.  This month’s newsletter includes information on the 2010 Business Commute Challenge, Walk +Bike Challenge Month,  Fern Ridge and 1-5 River Path construction updates, and includes many more interesting feature articles and news tidbits. Download or read it in full after the … Continue reading “April InMotion Newsletter”

March InMotion Re-post: EPA Grant, Project Homeless Connect, EWEB Riverfront, LTD, 1-5 Bridge, and more!

The March 2010 City of Eugene  InMotion newsletter  is a wealth of great information.  This month’s newsletter covers the SmartTrips EPA Grant, Project Homeless Connect, Youth Mentoring, the EWEB Riverfront Master Plan, LTD route changes, and community events. The newsletter also include an important 1-5 bridge construction update: (emphasis mine) Construction Increases on the New … Continue reading “March InMotion Re-post: EPA Grant, Project Homeless Connect, EWEB Riverfront, LTD, 1-5 Bridge, and more!”

February InMotion Newsletter Re-Post

The City of Eugene’s InMotion Newsletter (subscribe at the bottom right of this page) is one of the best sources in the area for bicyclist and pedestrian news. In their own words: InMotion is a monthly e-newsletter produced to help communicate with Eugene’s biking and walking enthusiasts.  Each month you will find information about upcoming … Continue reading “February InMotion Newsletter Re-Post”

Beltline/I-5 Multi-Use Path Update

Via City of Eugene InMotion Newsletter: Completion of the multi-use path extensions along the west side of Interstate 5 have been delayed until next spring. Construction and weather delays led to the decision to wait until next spring to complete the path, which should result in an overall better result for users. The portion of … Continue reading “Beltline/I-5 Multi-Use Path Update”

Friends of Trees Plant Trees by Bike!

via City of Eugene InMotion Newsletter: Plant trees by bike Saturday December 2nd and Saturday December 16th with Friends of Trees! We are also looking for volunteers that have bike trailers and would like to help haul trees and tools by bike. Gloves, tools, and refreshments provided! 8:45am-noon. Contact for more info: Eugenetrees@friendsoftrees.org We are … Continue reading “Friends of Trees Plant Trees by Bike!”

Eugene Bike Share – Where Should Bike Share Stations be Located?

Via City of Eugene InMotion: On Monday, May 1st, there was a kickoff event for May is Bike Month which included an opportunity to discuss station locations for Eugene Bike Share.  The meeting was held at the Broadway Commerce Center and there was free pizza for all attendees.  Mayor Vinis also took the opportunity to … Continue reading “Eugene Bike Share – Where Should Bike Share Stations be Located?”

Transportation System Plan Gets Second Public Hearing

Via the City of Eugene’s InMotion newsletter: For the last several years, the City of Eugene along with our partner agencies and many members of the public have been working to develop the Eugene 2035 Transportation System Plan (TSP). The draft Eugene 2035 TSP provides a 20-year blueprint for the City of Eugene’s transportation system … Continue reading “Transportation System Plan Gets Second Public Hearing”