Tag: Portland Oregon

  • Boring Blogposts!

    I’ve come to realize that my last few posts have been pretty boring and I’m not happy about that.  I don’t know if I’m just having an uninspired week or what but I can’t seem to get any good CarFree insight going lately.  It could be a number of factors but overall I think it […]

  • Portland’s Bike-Friendly Formula

    My time in Portland Oregon was tremendous as you all already know if you have read any of my posts over the last week, but there is an aspect that I must address.  The city of Portland public transit. Portland is well-known as the crown jewel of bike-friendliness and it lives up to the hype. […]

  • Net Impact Conference 2011 Personal Recap

    It was a tremendous 4 days in the Pacific Northwest in which the Clark Net Impact members got to experience a bit of everything that the area has to offer from the rural feel of the a mountain side home to the forward thinking Mecca that is urban Portland. I could go on and on about […]

  • Happy CarFree Halloween!

    Well, I landed safe and sound from Portland Oregon and all the rumors are true!  Holy Sh*t, it looks like a war zone around Worcester.  I was going to create a commentary on the stark contrast of the huge tree branches full of green leaves all over the streets covered in the white snow but […]

  • Net Impact Conference- Portland, OR

    For CarFreeBrad being in Portland, OR is kind of like being in the promised land.  I’m SO excited to be in Portland.  The last time I was out west my focus was on hitting the backcountry at Mt.Hood and getting crazy with some great snowboarding legends at Windells. This trip will be very different but […]

  • Bike-Friendly? Check the City’s Mass Transit System

    “Scanning the leader list of this country’s bike commuting meccas — Portland, Ore., Minneapolis and San Francisco — made me wonder if there was a corollary between the percentage of commuters who pedal to work and the degree to which the mass transit and commuter rail systems in those cities welcome bicycles. Ideally, bike commuting […]