|ESSENTIALS | GETTING TO & AROUND
Getting Around Portland
Portland is a national leader in transportation solutions. The city's transit authority, TriMet, oversees an extensive network of bus, light rail and streetcar lines, the likes of which can't be found even in cities many times its size. The latest addition, the Portland Aerial Tram, is receiving national attention. 10,000 people rode the tram for the kick-off weekend, January 26-27, 2007! Instead of building more highways, Portland has chosen more sustainable solutions and those choices color the character of the community.
MAX Light Rail
Portland Aerial Tram
Getting To Portland
Portland International Airport (7000 NE Airport Way)
Amtrak offers train service, including a relaxing alternative to Interstate 5 to Seattle, from beautiful Union Station (800 NW 6th Ave.)
Greyhound (550 NW 6th Ave.) offers a low-cost alternative to flying or the train.
|"36 Hours in Portland, Ore"
Portland | One of the top humane cities in the US when it comes to celebrating animals and confronting cruelty. Third, to be exact.
Farmers' Markets! | It's that time of year. Our Farmers' Markets section, listed under Food & Drink, offers a complete listing of markets in and around Portland.
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