Transportation advocates rally around Commissioner Eudaly as challenger gains momentum

Portland Commissioner Chloe Eudaly is in trouble.

As Willamette Week reported today, she’s well behind challenger Mingus Mapps in both polling and fundraising and there’s a very real possibility she won’t earn a second term on council.

This reality has set off alarm bells within Portland’s transportation reform circles. As the commissioner-in-charge of the transportation bureau, Eudaly has led several very popular initiatives. Most notably her office created the Rose Lane Project which has the stated goal of reducing commute times for people of color. Eudaly’s vision of streets as places for much more than just car and truck users is also evident in the Safe Streets Initiative, a major undertaking to make public right-of-way more accessible and safer for vulnerable road users and small business customers.

Portland has a strong transportation activism legacy; but the issue’s political heft has waned significantly in recent years. As other issues like housing

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TSTC student gains hands-on skills in Automotive Technology program

Rey Rocha has always had an interest in gears, transmissions and engines.

Now he is gearing up to receive his Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology from Texas State Technical College this fall, and he already has a full-time job lined up.

Rocha is currently working part time at Boggus Ford in Harlingen through TSTC’s cooperative education program as a technician’s assistant, an opportunity that will transition to full time after he graduates this fall.

“I chose to study automotive technology because I have an interest in the theory and combined systems that come together and make the modern vehicle,” Rocha said. “I like using tools and dexterity to accomplish a job.”

The accomplishment he feels after completing a vehicle repair is what drives him to continue to thrive in the field.

“Nothing beats the feeling of being able to troubleshoot the fault in a vehicle, repair it,

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New Report: Automotive Electronics Market Share, Growth to Amass Notable Gains By 2030

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Aug 07, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware According to Market Study Report, Automotive Electronics Market provides a comprehensive analysis of the Automotive Electronics market segments, including their dynamics, size, growth, competitive landscape, and emerging opportunities of industry. This report also provides market landscape and market share information in the Automotive Electronics market.

Automotive Electronics Market Size, Share is expected to exceed USD 645 billion by 2030. The growing implementation of advanced safety systems in vehicles is anticipated to drive the market in the coming years.

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Some major findings of the automotive electronics market report include:

– Technological innovations in automotive electronics systems aid in increasing vehicle efficiency and improving user connectivity

– Stringent regulatory framework in North America and Europe related to vehicle safety and

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