CLICK TO READ: “It is clear based on your budget that TriMet values are not aligned with the values of our community” https://t.co/1hPjjX1iI2
CLICK TO READ: Check out OPAL in this OPB coverage of climate policy: https://t.co/ZrdYZC41tU
CLICK TO READ: Trimet to spend $11M on new police station, but can’t find $11M for low income fare. Hmmmm. https://t.co/WEfohafcTM
CLICK TO READ: Here’s Huy fighting for Inclusionary Housing on today’s noontime news: https://t.co/hwlGLSHdtx
CLICK TO READ: OPAL staff are in the news fighting for Inclusionary Housing https://t.co/So8fbmW0Z2
CLICK TO READ: Displacement: The Gnawing Injustice at the Heart of Housing Crises https://t.co/W4jatmmGyW
BikePortland.org: OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon is bringing their push for more transportation options and safe streets right to legislators on Monday. They’ll hold a press conference in the plaza outside the hearing an hour before it starts.” Read more here.
This radio program on YEJA’s YouthPass to the Future campaign is fantastic. Special thanks to the folks at XRAY.fm, especially reporter Jenn Chavez of The Five Quadrants of Portland.
In a huge victory for Bus Riders Unite, whose advocacy for a low-income fare has been ongoing, TriMet has agreed to study a low-income fare policy – how it would be implemented, who it would impact, and more. While BRU’s Research and Advisory Committee […]
CLICK TO READ: ED Huy Ong and NCA’s Mary Peveto call for Clean Air, not “Cleaner” Air