Bike & Pedestrian Infrastructure Reform

Andrew Aasen, if elected as an Oregon congressman, will tirelessly champion the cause of bike and pedestrian infrastructure reform. He firmly believes that investing in sustainable transportation options is crucial for our community's well-being and the future of our planet.

To achieve this vision, he will introduce and support legislation that allocates federal funding for bike and pedestrian infrastructure projects across our great district. He will work closely with local governments and transportation authorities to identify their needs and secure resources for vital projects that prioritize biking and walking.

Through public events, town hall meetings, and collaborative efforts with advocacy groups, he will raise awareness about the benefits of bike and pedestrian-friendly communities. He will engage with constituents to gather their insights and ideas, ensuring that their voices are heard in shaping our transportation policies.

As a member of transportation-related committees in Congress, he will advocate for inclusive planning that integrates bike and pedestrian infrastructure into our broader transportation framework. He will fight for green initiatives that encourage environmentally friendly transportation choices and work tirelessly to reduce traffic congestion and carbon emissions.

Furthermore, he will support educational campaigns to promote safe biking and walking practices, and he will collaborate with law enforcement to enhance the safety of pedestrians and cyclists on our roads.

Together, with your support and the collaboration of fellow representatives, senators, and stakeholders, we can make Oregon a model for sustainable and accessible transportation. Let us build a healthier, greener, and more connected Oregon for generations to come.