Are you interested in learning how Portland's transportation system developed and how you can help shape its future? A FREE class for Portland residents is being offered at Portland State this fall.
Learn more on the class website, including how to apply for a FREE scholarship: portlandoregon.gov/transportation/psuclass
The City of Portland and Portland State University are teaming up for the 20th year to offer the Portland Traffic and Transportation class. For ten weeks, this free class gives neighborhood activists the opportunity to meet with local policy makers, political leaders, and planners to gain a better understanding of the metro area’s transportation system. Class participants also work directly with former Metro Executive Officer and current Shiels Obletz Johnsen principal, Rick Gustafson, on their own neighborhood transportation or livability projects. Gustafson developed the class in concert with Congressman Earl Blumenauer and is a knowledgeable leader on transportation and community development.
The class fills quickly, so fill out the scholarship application today!
For more information contact Scott Cohen at the City of Portland Bureau of Transportation. (503) 823-5345 or firstname.lastname@example.org