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Download biking maps – in Portland and throughout Northwest Oregon – at the City of Portland’s Bike + Walk Maps page. It also includes best rides around portland and statewide biking maps for Washington and Oregon. Also find maps for Tigard, Milwaukie, mountain biking in Forest Park, and biking routes in Washington County. The City of Vancouver’s bicycle maps page covers routes north of the Columbia River. Use The Intertwine’s interactive map to search for road or mountain biking routes throughout the region.
Ride some, bus some
TriMet covers how to get there by bike, bus and train (and streetcar too) with info on bike parking and bike lockers at stations; Bikes on C-Trans covers bikes on Clark County buses; bikes on SMART buses does the same for Wilsonville.
Report road hazards
- Portland: 503-823-1700 or download PDX Recorder to report from a mobile device. For unsafe street design or layout: 503-823-7233 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Outside Portland within Multnomah County: 503-988-5050
- Clackamas County outside city limits: 503-557-6391
- Washington County: 503-846-7623
- State highways: 503-731-4652
Finesse the tricky spots
Here’s how to negotiate a few less obvious road sections and pathways in the region.
A short video shows how to make the north and south crossing of the Interstate Bridge over the Columbia River. An I-5 bridge map complements the video.
As of 2013, Swan Island’s thousands of employees have two options to get there without a car: from the north, the Waud Bluff Trail and from the east, the Going to the River route via Going Street.
On the I-205 bike route, inset maps illustrate tricky intersections along its 19 miles from Vancouver to Oregon City.
The cycling community