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KPTV: Naito Parkway plan announced to give more walking space during Rose Festival

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PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) -- This year's Rose Festival is just around the corner, and the sidewalks near the Waterfront will be packed during the events.

To accommodate those crowds, City Commissioner Steve Novick announced Tuesday that one lane of Southwest Naito Parkway will be converted to a space for bicyclists and pedestrians for two weeks.

PSU seniors transform Naito Parkway into bike and ped-friendly throughway for Rose Festival

(Portland, Ore.) May 19, 2015 — Portland State University (PSU) today announced that the city of Portland will implement a student design to make one of downtown Portland’s busiest roads safer and more accessible to multimodal traffic.

The “Naito Pilot Project” is a civil engineering senior capstone sponsored by Better Block PDX, the local chapter of a national organization committed to the revitalization of urban spaces. The objective of the project is to increase access for pedestrians and bicycles without disrupting vehicle traffic.

Portland State MBA students advance to semi-finals at New Venture Championship

From April 9-11, 2015, Portland State University’s (PSU) Launch-in-9 team – Radventure – participated in the 24th Annual New Venture Championship, hosted by the University of Oregon’s L

Lost Tides

At Portland State University, a mix of researchers, high school teachers, and students investigate the ways manmade and natural alterations to the environment affect the Lower Columbia River Estuary.
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