Roger Geller, Bicycle Coordinator in Portland’s Office of Transportation will be in Toronto on October 21st. TCAT, in partnership with the Toronto Cyclists Union and the US Consulate General in Toronto, is happy to present a free public event to hear first-hand how Portland became the first major city in America to be designated as a Platinum-level Bicycle Friendly Community.
TCAT is promising more details soon.
Portland’s Bike Co-ordinator coming to Toronto – Wed, Oct. 21
October 6, 2009 by
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