Portland Personal Injury Blog

Portland Bridges may get $33 Million for Cyclist/Pedestrian Upgrades by 2020

Some of Multnomah County’s busiest bridges crossing the Willamette River could see biking and walking upgrades within the next five years.  One of the new ideas for the Hawthorne Bridge would be to separate the bike and foot traffic area into possibly using one of the four auto lanes on the bridge deck. There is a […]

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Uber & Lyft are now legal in Portland thanks to a 120-day Pilot Program

  Tuesday night the City Council voted 3-2 to allow ride-sharing companies to operate in Portland as a part of a 120-day pilot program. Since Uber starting running illegally in Portland back in December, that made it hard for some of the commissioners to trust their business practices. The 120-day pilot programs would lift the […]

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Attitude is Everything

These are the times when you find out what you are really made of.  Anyone can be optimistic when the sun is shining and the flowers are blooming. But we Oregonians know how to keep a good attitude when the weather is bad. It is natural and easy to fall into self-pity when you have […]

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