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Portland Bureau of Transportation

We keep Portland moving

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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Getting to Southwest Sunday Parkways

Here in Portland we are very fortunate to have so many options for getting around: walking, biking, running, skating, mobilty devices, transit, carpooling, and driving a motorcycle, scooter, or car.   (I even heard of someone kayaking to work.)  And that's true too for getting to and from the Southwest Sunday Parkways route.  You might even be what we traffic nerds like to call multi-modal, using more than one way to get there such as combining walking or biking and taking the Tram.

There are several bus routes that connect with the SW Sunday Parkways route.  To see the one closest to you, check out Trimet's website.  The Portland Aerial Tram is another way to get to our route with a little bit of walking or biking up Terwilliger.  The Tram is opening up early for us!  To get more information check out their website.  Speaking of biking, some of you will mix your bike trip with transit, but some of you will want to extend your Sunday Parkways adventure to include your trip to the event.  The City of Portland has great maps to help you figure out your way.  Or you can use the online tool - Ride the City.  You can also use the City of Portland maps to make your way via walking

For those of you who are arriving by car please note that there is limited parking around the SW route.  Greater Portland Bible Church has graciously offered part of their parking lot for Sunday Parkways participants.  Please see map for specific allotted area - we will also have signs pointing you back to the lot.

We are looking forward to a wonderful, busy Southwest Sunday Parkways this weekend.  Hope you are joining us!

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