Getting to Portland
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Learn about the three main ways to get to Portland, OR:

Air
Train
Bus



Air

The Portland International Airport (PDX) is currently served by 14 international and domestic airlines offering more than 259 scheduled flights daily. You can fly nonstop to PDX from 60 cities, including Amsterdam, Tokyo, New York and Washington, D.C. and new flights are added regularly! Click here to learn more about PDX.

The MAX light rail Red Line is the easiest way to travel to and from the airport. The trip between the airport and downtown Portland takes about 38 minutes. Every WPC 2016 delegate will receive a complimentary 7-day pass for the week of the Congress at registration at the Oregon Convention Center.



Train

The iconic Union Station is located at the foot of the Broadway Bridge in Old Town/Chinatown, just minutes from the center of downtown. This station is served by three Amtrak intercity passenger trains. Learn more about Union Station by clicking here.

Amtrak offers a 10% discount off the best available rail fare to (Portland, OR) between (September 17, 2016 – September 26, 2016) for WPC 2016 delegates. To book your reservation call Amtrak at 1 (800) 872-7245 or contact your local travel agent. Reservations with this discount code cannot be booked via Internet.  Please be sure to refer to Convention Fare Code X99Z-941 when making your reservation.  This offer is not valid on the Auto Train and Acela Service.  Fare is valid on Amtrak Regional for all departures seven days a week, except for holiday blackouts.  Offer valid with Sleepers, Business Class or First Class seats with payment of the full applicable accommodation charges. Click here for more information. 



Bus

BoltBus and Greyhound connect Portland with regular service to cities near and far. Click here to learn more about Greyhound and BoltBus.


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