Maps and Transit

Whether by light rail, streetcar, bike or ride-share — it’s easy for delegates to get around in Portland.

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Downloadable Portland Maps

Portland Central City Map

An overview of the central city and Washington Park

Portland Overview Map

Outside of Central City perimeter map view

Portland Region Map

A beyond-Portland map view

Convention Center Area Parking

A map of parking locations around OCC.

Portland Visitors Map & Guide

Our map and guide to Portland can help you plan the perfect trip.

MAX Light Rail

The MAX (Metropolitan Area Express) Light Rail connects the city center with stations throughout greater Portland, including the Oregon Convention Center and Portland International Airport (PDX). The easy-to-use TriMet app helps you plan your trip, with details on the system’s five lines and 97 stations. No matter where you are, you can count on a train to arrive within 15 minutes.

Portland Streetcar

To get around Portland’s central city, hop on the sleek and modern Portland Streetcar. The service has three lines (the NS line and the A and B loops) which connect various neighborhoods in downtown Portland with the inner east side, including the Lloyd District.

TriMet Bus

The TriMet bus system covers the city and suburbs thoroughly, in addition to offering low fares, friendly and helpful drivers and full wheelchair accessibility. Most also have bike racks, making it easy to switch from two wheels to four.


It’s easier than ever to get around Portland like a local, thanks to the city’s new bike-share program, Biketown. Underwritten by local sports giant Nike, Biketown offers bright orange-colored bikes, complete with baskets, at “hubs” throughout the city.

Ride- and Car-Sharing

Meeting and convention attendees never have to worry about renting a car in Portland, thanks to the city’s abundance of car-sharing and ride-sharing services. Call up a Lyft or Uber ride on your smartphone or choose from car-sharing services like Zipcar, Turo, or Getaround.


Portland transportation options include efficient public transit, miles of bike lanes, ride-share services and pedestrian-friendly city streets. Getting around the City of Roses is easier than you think.