Built by the Depression–era Civilian Conservation Corps, the 78-year-old hostel will welcome travelers once again.
Prepare for hell on wheels. (Or just stay home.)
The quintet of winning designs—one for each of the city's quadrants—are now rolling through Portland streets.
We break down the numbers behind the city's year-old app, which lets drivers pay for downtown parking with their phone.
TriMet plans a street-art tribute at the Hollywood Transit Center.
The idea was to reduce traffic on I-84. It's working so well the bus will now run year-round, with extended service to Hood River.
National thinkers gathered here to ponder what autonomous vehicles will do to our cities. Who's driving this thing?
Hate the color of our city's communal bikes? Channel your rage into a new design.
How does the other half fly? A custom scent greets PDX’s private planes and charter flights.
Blast off—it's a cyclist in space!
We size up the blown chances and promising opportunities.
It just means shooting through a pneumatic tube at 760 miles per hour.
Real Estate 2017
Even in a world where anything can happen (right?), Portland remains a real estate promised land. What does that mean for the city? And where should you look?
Real Estate 2017: Big Dreams
From water taxis to truly great sushi, here's our big city wish list.
Margaret Seiler, Marty Patail, Zach Dundas, and Benjamin Tepler
See where this takes you.
Meet six imperatives of Portland’s urban future.
Commute of the Future
Portland design firm Industry reveals its blueprints for an intercity waterslide.
It's been a long time coming, and it's not even our first try. After 10 years of planning, Portland's Nike-sponsored bike share program is live.
5 THINGS ABOUT
Including whether you should wait or walk.
Marty Patail and Margaret Seiler
The state-of-the-art road was designed to make Oregon “the playground of America.”