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Shleifer Speaks—Euro Classic’s Owner Gives His Two Cents on the Streetscape Plan

Today we have another guest contribution, this time from neighborhood resident and longtime reader, Jon Connelly. Taken by the controversy surrounding the Foster Transportation and Streetscape Project, and the plethora of neon-colored signs plastered in protest at Euro Classic Furniture (and … Continue reading

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Foster Streetscape Plan to be Unveiled at Open House This Thursday

It’s been 10 years since a plan was adopted to beautify Foster.  That plan called for street trees, ornamental lighting, public art and benches, and a gateway sign for the neighborhood.  In the decade since, that plan sat unfunded in … Continue reading

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Addressing Drivers’ Needs on Foster

* Thanks to Nick Falbo who put together the following analysis of how improving traffic safety on Foster does not necessarily lead to increased commute times or a further burden on drivers. On this blog we write a lot about … Continue reading

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Mayor’s Office Offers Proposal to Improve Safety Along Foster

Just a day after the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) unveiled plans for a “road diet” along NE Multnomah in the Lloyd District, the Mayor’s Office offered a proposal to address transportation issues along Foster Road.  With the Lloyd District plan … Continue reading

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