E-assist cargo bikes miss out on ODOT EV truck incentive program

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Can Freight Bikes Replace Trucks??

Sweet news!  We were recently featured on OPB’s Ecotrope blog! What’s Ecotrope? Well, the Ecotrope blog explores the current state of Northwest landscape and delves into the complex science and policy debates shaping its future. They investigate the federal, state and…

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Franklin Jones on The Sprocket Podcast

Cue it up… Franklin joins the conversation at 21min 30sec! Originally broadcast on December 4th, 2011 on The Sprocket. From the article: We discuss the difference between a courier service and established route delivery, their delivery radius, Dave’s Killer Bread, working…

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At Sisters of the Road, Focus is on Flavor and Food Justice

What’s an example of a community relationship that has helped Sisters?  B-line Sustainable Urban Delivery is a local company that makes deliveries by bike mostly in inner Southeast (Portland) and downtown. They deliver food to Whole Foods (in the Pearl…

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RSF Seed Fund Grantee Provides Smart and Compassionate Delivery

By Catherine Covington Here at RSF, we are always thrilled to hear about for-profit and non-profit enterprises taking innovative actions to catalyze social and environmental change.  During this year’s Seed Fund grantee selection process, B-Line Sustainable Urban Delivery quickly caught the attention…

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KPTV 12: A New Use for Tricycles in Portland

KPTV: A New Use for Tricycles in Portland

Partnership with Whole Foods and B-Line delivery freshens menu at Northwest Portland’s Sisters of the Road Cafe

With its restaurant-style dining and $1.25 meals, Sisters of the Road Cafe has long been the homiest nonprofit grub spot for downtown Portland’s hungry. Now, thanks to a recent partnership with B-Line: Sustainable Urban Delivery and Whole Foods Market, the…

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KATU Channel 2 News: Local company makes heavy-duty deliveries – by bike

The B-Line delivery service in Portland isn’t your typical bike messenger service, which is fitting in bike-crazy Portland. Some might say it’s even a little… weird. This is no high-speed messenger service with hipster riders whipping through traffic on single-speed…

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Oregonian: Griffin: Portland leaders team up with B-Line: Sustainable Urban Delivery is environmentally smart business move

Elected leaders in the Portland area like to try to save the world through grand, sweeping gestures. In recent years, they have promised to switch every municipal office to wind power, force gas stations that sell diesel to offer bio-diesel…

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KXL Radio: B-Line delivers to City of Portland

KXL Radio’s Barbara Voight interviews Franklin Jones on B-Line’s partnership with the City of Portland and Office Depot. Listen: B-Line 1 B-Line 2