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On November 3, in addition to the presidential race and slew of gubernatorial, state legislative, and mayoral elections, voters across the country will weigh in on dozens of transportation-related ballot measures. Among the major transportation measures on the ballot this year is the Portland region’s Get Moving initiative. The initiative would fund hundreds of transit, safety, and roadway improvements, including a new light rail line, rapid regional bus network, bridge replacements, and pedestrian-bicycle infrastructure along 17 primary corridors.
Tyler Frisbee, Transportation Policy and Federal Affairs Manager, Oregon Metro
Romic Aevaz, Policy Analyst, Eno Center for Transportation
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Tyler Frisbee is a Senior Policy Manager for Oregon Metro, the greater Portland area’s regional government. She specializes in transportation and land use issues, but works broadly on regional governance affairs and policy issues throughout the Portland area. Tyler got her start working on transportation policy while she was a legislative assistant for Congressman Earl Blumenauer in Washington, D.C from 2008 through 2013. She also served as the Policy Director for the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition and as a consultant for the Advisory Service team at WSP. As the project manager for Metro’s Get Moving proposal, she led the development of the measure from beginning in early 2018 through its referral in July of 2020 (with a small break to have her son in November of 2019!).