The Oregonian

A new transportation funding option proposed by Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) would repeal the 18.4-cent gas tax, unchanged since 1993, with a "small" tax levied against oil companies on each barrel of oil used to make gasoline.
Jun 16, 2014   The Oregonian
A new community garden on the Intel corporate campus in Hillsboro, Oregon is just one of many such plots that have been added to corporate sites across the country.
Jun 20, 2010   The Oregonian
The city of Portland is in a state of shock after being de-throned as America's most bike-friendly city.
Apr 8, 2010   The Oregonian
Much of the land use plan is focused on what will not be used -- areas set aside as urban preserves.
Feb 28, 2010   The Oregonian
Obama's brand new Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities admits to being inspired by Portland's groundbreaking urban planning policies.
Feb 7, 2010   The Oregonian
The City of Portland is considering its 2030 Bike Plan today. Some question whether the $613 million price tag is worthwhile.
Feb 4, 2010   The Oregonian
After years of planning, a proposed new bridge between Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington is facing collapsing political support. Local leaders oppose some aspects of the plan.
Jan 21, 2010   The Oregonian
Portland, Oregon, is held high on a pedestal for innovative urban planning and development. But the city has its drawbacks and needs to face them, writes Aaron M. Renn.
Jan 20, 2010   The Oregonian
The three counties in the Portland Metropolitan area are at odds about what parts of the region should and should not be protected by urban growth boundaries.
Dec 29, 2009   The Oregonian
Timber land across the Pacific Northwest is changing ownership from timber companies to land trusts. And with timber prices flatlining, development looks more and more enticing.
Dec 28, 2009   The Oregonian
Barry Johnson of The Oregonian looks back at Portland's urban renewal program, what was lost in the demolition of neighborhoods and what was gained.
Dec 17, 2009   The Oregonian