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Whether you’re craving a woodland adventure, an urban exploration or just a great roadside view as you travel cross-country in your RV, Portland has it all - along with comfortable and convenient locations to park or set up camp.
Portland’s new transit bridge and the MAX Orange light rail line make it easy to explore the up-and-coming South Waterfront and Central Eastside districts.
This cable-stayed bridge spanning the Willamette River has the distinction of being the only bridge in the U.S. dedicated to light rail, buses, bicycles and pedestrians — without cars.
All aboard the Portland Express, a customized Amtrak Cascades train car that immerses you in Portland design as it carries you to the city.
It’s easy to get to and from Portland by bus with the iconic Greyhound and its subsidiary BoltBus.
Turn your smartphone into a local tour guide with apps that help you track train schedules, map food carts, navigate Powell's Books and more.
Union Station, with its elegant architecture, 50-foot-tall clock tower and cheerful “Go By Train” neon sign, is a Portland landmark.
PDX boasts an easy light rail connection to downtown, free Wi-Fi, local food and drink and tax-free shopping with no markups — and 426 flights daily.
In 2001, Portland built the nation’s first modern-day streetcar: the sleek and modern Portland Streetcar.
At the heart of Portland’s world-class public transportation system is MAX light rail, with 84 stations and 52 miles of track connecting the city, airport and region.