Sound planning, transit, and historic preservation--does it get any better than Portland Oregon?
Photo from www.nwvirtualtransit.com
This year the National Trust for Historic Preservation annual meeting is in Portland, Oregon. I'm going, in large part to experience the transit infrastructure there.
Pioneer Square. Photo from Portland Ground.
People going to the conference might want to check out this article "Can a place be too perfect? In recent years, Portland, Oregon, has acquired a reputation as a big city with a small-town quality of life: The air is fresh, the food is organic, the streets are paved with good intentions" about things to do there.
Pearl District. Photo from Portland Ground.
Footpath, Classical Chinese Garden, Portland, Oregon.
The foot massaging stones of the walkway at the Classical Chinese Garden sound pretty good.
Transit + Historic Preservation--Max Light Rail at 1st and Ash, heading south, view to west. Photo from Portland Ground.
For more Portland photos, check out Portland Ground.