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Disability Rights Oregon (DRO) has a vision of a society in which persons with disabilities have equality of opportunity, full participation and the ability to exercise meaningful choice. DRO accomplishes this through its goals and priorities, set annually with input from the disability community. DRO’s priorities include providing full access to community participation and removing significant access barriers in public places, with an emphasis on transportation.​


East Portland Action Plan (EPAP) is a committee comprised of citizen advocates to represent the 150,000 Portland residents between 82nd/I- 205 and Gresham/174th.  Adopted in 2009, the East Portland Action Plan provides a comprehensive list of enumerated, tangible objectives to address community-identified issues. EPAP advocates were charged to provide leadership and guidance to public agencies and other entities on how to strategically address implementation and allocate resources to improve livability and prevent displacement in East Portland. 

Oregon Walks is the state's pedestrian advocacy organization. We advocate to make walking safe, convenient and accessible as a transportation and recreation option for everybody, living in communities all over the state of Oregon.

Vision Zero Work Zones Campaign