With such easy access to bike lanes, light rail, buses, and a streetcar, Milano residents are primed for urban living and experiencing all that Portland has to offer. The Milano exceeds city code for available bike parking--encouraging its residents to embrace alternative transportation. In a matter of minutes, residents can be cheering on the Blazers, then take the MAX downtown for dinner at one of Portland's nationally recognized restaurants, then catch a late-night concert and be home again all without ever needing a car. Portland + Bicycles Portland has a long tradition of supporting bicycles as a viable and environmentally-friendly form of transportation. In 2010 (according to Bicycling.com), we were the second most bike-friendly city in America based on a myriad of variables, including the number of segregated bike lanes, municipal bike racks, bike boulevards, and the overall "bike-savvy" of the city.
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