Portland’s progressive mass transit system makes it easy to navigate the city’s hip West End. The 4T route—train, trail, tram and trolley—allows eco-friendly urban explorers to discover the city on two feet, be it a morning hike on the Marquam Trail, accessed via a short train (MAX) ride; an aerial cruise on the tram and a trip on the trolley (streetcar) for shopping, galleries and a candlelit dinner. Of course, in a city that has about as many green accolades as it does coffee shops, would you expect anything less?

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