From Portland Afoot
Portland Afoot's partners are organizations and businesses we trust, admire and have found ways to work with. We think that local media markets, like any ecosystem, thrive on a healthy mix of competition and collaboration.
This list of past and present partners doesn't include the many free products and services, such as pdx.be, Bamboo Invoice and Twitter, that we use without paying for. Nor does it include the people whose services we pay for, such as Albina Community Bank or Eberhardt Press, or the people who pay us, such as our advertisers or donors.
It's just the people with whom we've worked things out personally.
- BikePortland.org, the terrific local bike-news blog to which we contribute occasional reporting about transit issues, free of charge.
- South Waterfront Community Relations, the scrappy new TMA that invited us to their first open house and persuaded us to use their home, the South Waterfront, as a test neighborhood for our hyperlocal online guides.
- Swan Island Transportation Management Association, the congestion-busting TMA led by Lenny Anderson in North Portland's big industrial area, which is hosting a pilot project for our workplace distribution program.
- OPAL Environmental Justice Oregon, an innovative advocacy group that in 2010 started organizing East Portland bus riders, which is collaborating with us on a round of grant applications for a project that would help inform bus riders about transit and give the ordinary rider a stronger voice in local media.
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