Getting To & Around PortlandThe city of Portland, Oregon, has been proclaimed as North America's "Best Big City," according to Money magazine. Come to the M&M 2010 meeting, and experience the region's natural beauty, its bustling local scene, terrific microbrews and wineries, fresh local cuisine and welcoming accommodations — much of which can be accessed via the region's convenient and eco-friendly light-rail system.
Summertime in Portland is "high season" and you'll soon see why. Clear blue skies, low humidity, warm days and comfortably cool nights are a big part of why people flock to the Pacific Northwest in August.
Portland International Airport (PDX) is approximately 10 miles (20 mins) from the Oregon Convention Center and many of the M&M 2010 conference hotels.
- Nonstop & direct service to more than 100 cities worldwide
- Free Wi-Fi in all terminals
- Serviced by 17 airlines
AMTRAK provides daily passenger rail service on its Cascades, Coast Starlight, and Empire Builder routes to Portland's Union Station, located in downtown Portland. Visit www.amtrak.com for routes, fares and reservations.
For information regarding visiting the Portland area, go to www.travelportland.com.
Portland's MAX light-rail system is FREE to attendees in the "Fareless Zone", which includes the Convention Center (east) side and downtown (west side) Portland. Click on www.trimet.org for a complete system map, including stations, fares, and other details.