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Thursday, April 22, 2010

State Bike Map is now ON LINE



The Oregon State Bike Map, previously only avialable in print, has taken a giant leap into the 21st century: It's now a GIS based map, with up to date data and is now avialable ON LINE, as well as in print.

Check it out: http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/HWY/BIKEPED/bike_map.shtml

We've still working out a few bugs, and learning what to do better from this 1st version. Please send us your comments and reviews. A pdf of the legend, for example, will be added soon, (it's currenlty only on tile number 2.)

Also - if you would like paper copies of this or any of our other maps - call 503-986-3556 and follow the directions.


Sheila Lyons, P.E. 
ODOT 
Pedestrian and Bicycle Program Manager 
355 Capitol St. NE, Rm 222 
Salem, OR 97301-3749 
503-986-3555 
Sheila.a.lyons@odot.state.or.us 
www.oregon.gov/odot/hwy/bikeped/


Best best for Earth Day (or Eaarth Day, perhaps)

Hell or Paradise?Image by ul_Marga via Flickr

Solnit's book, Paradise Made in Hell, is terrific, and everything McKibbin writes is worth reading. Here they are together.
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A perfect campaign for Oregon, Salem in particular

Make it illegal for any public funds to be spent on bottled water. Double click to see full-screen video.