Student group’s project gets $150,000 toward two-way bike path

A group of University of Oregon students are back in the news after their “13th Avenue Downtown-Campus-Corridor Plan” received a $150,000 funding promise from the parents of a bicyclist killed five years ago on the corridor. LiveMove, a group of design and planning students in the School of Architecture and Allied Arts, recommends the city replace the existing one-way bike lane on 13th Avenue with a two-way bike lane between downtown and the university. Read more here.

13th Ave. Concept Plan
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December 4, 2013