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a bicyclist rides down a downtown portland street next to a MAX light rail train

Alternative Transportation in Portland

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Portland is know for its support of alternative transportation. When I lived there bicycle, foot and train were my favorite ways of getting around. Here a bicyclist rides down Southwest Morrison Street next to a MAX Light Rail through the heart of downtown Portland.

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4 Comments
  • that’s definitely an awesome way to go around the place.. unlike here, they don’t even have sidewalks for walking.. tsk3.. top shot too btw.. :)

  • Nice perspective in this street. The B&W choice is a good idea

  • i love that patch of sunlight that the cyclist is headed for.

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