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Portland looks to increase e-bike access for moderate- to low-income residents

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“Portland’s climate action fund is aiming to increase access to electric bikes for moderate- to low-income residents. The fund plans to invest $20 million over the next five years, but will first need the City Council’s authorization to begin searching for at least five program administrators. The Portland Clean Energy Fund’s E-bike Access and Support program could provide rebates for at least 6,000 least moderate- to low-income Portlanders to buy electric bikes by 2028. That includes traditional e-bikes, cargo e-bikes and adaptive e-bikes.”

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