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Portland's neighborhood greenways are a key component of the city's transportation system and future. Join PBOT's new neighborhood greenway coordinator to learn how this facility type developed, near-term plans for improvements, and what the future holds for these unique bikeways.

Participants will gain a better understanding of:

  • The history of Portland's neighborhood greenways
  • PBOT's evaluation process for the neighborhood greenway system
  • Where the system is thriving and where PBOT sees deficiencies
  • How PBOT plans to address the system's development over the next three to five years

Biographical Information

Scott Cohen is the City of Portland Bureau of Transportation's (PBOT) neighborhood greenway coordinator, managing how the city's 90-plus mile system operates and develops. Scott recently transitioned from capital project management to his new role. During his 12 years at PBOT, Scott has worked on a wide variety of active transportation programs including transportation and parking demand management initiatives and the Central City in Motion effort.


Urban transportation, Cyclists -- Services for, Transportation -- Planning -- Oregon, Bicycle lanes


Transportation | Urban Studies | Urban Studies and Planning

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Next Steps for Portland’s Neighborhood Greenways



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