OPAL is in the Guardian today talking carbon pricing

OPAL is in the Guardian today, noting that the environmental and environmental justice movements are split on HB 2020. Verde, Unite Oregon and OPAL oppose HB 2020. 350PDX went neutral. Let’s stop this slow motion train-wreck and fix what’s wrong. Read More

Supportive of Transit Dependent Communities

  To: HB 2017 Transit Advisory Committee and TriMet Board Members RE: $5 million Contested Funds to Youth, Seniors, and Individuals with Disabilities   In 2019, the Oregon State Transportation Investment package (HB 2017) will bring in an influx of approximately $49 million in […]


A Better Plan for TriMet: Transit Dependent Solutions

Our transit dependent members alongside with our partner organizations and allies are requesting that $3.4 million for seniors and people with disabilities and $1.6 million for regional student transportation come from the unallocated $5 million of HB 2017 funds coming to TriMet. HB2017, Keep […]