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*Street Trust (formerly BTA)

We advocate for healthy and thriving communities where it is safe and easy for people to bike, walk and ride public transit.
618 NW Glisan St, Suite 401, Portland, OR 97209
Phone: (503) 226-0676 | Fax: (503) 226-0498
https://www.thestreettrust.org/ | info@thestreettrust.org
What does a $100 contribution do for this organization?
A $100 contribution will subsidize the cost of teaching children bike safety education through the Safe Routes to School program, or will provide 17 helmets for kids to use when taking the bike safety classes.
Why does this donor support this organization?
"We love the difference that you have made to our state. Safer and more places to ride... Thank you ALL so very much."- Kevin Chudy, Owner of Bike-n-Hike
How do volunteers make a difference for this organization?
Volunteers strengthen the work of The Street Trust every day. Volunteers get involved by helping at events, assisting in the office, researching bike legislation, attending meetings, stuffing envelopes, leading community rides, fixing bikes for our youth classes, and more. Come volunteer with us!

The Street Trust ® is a non-profit membership organization working to promote and improve public transit, walking bicycling conditions in Oregon. Since 1990, The Street Trust (formerly the Bicycle Transportation Alliance) has worked in partnership with citizens, businesses, community groups, government agencies, and elected officials to create communities where people can meet their daily transportation needs on a bike.

Our Mission

We advocate for healthy and thriving communities where it is safe and easy for people to bike, walk and ride public transit.

Our Vision

We envision a region where all those who call our community home embrace walking, biking and riding transit.

Our Racial Equity Policy Statement

We envision a community where everyone from all racial backgrounds has access to safe, healthy, and affordable transportation options in the neighborhoods where they live, work, learn, pray, and play. We want all residents to equally share in the prosperity created by investments in active transportation regardless of race, income, and socio-economic status.

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