How many miles is it and what is the driving time from New York City to Portland, Oregon?"

how many miles is it and what is the driving time from New York City to Portland, Oregon?"

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2895 miles and 1 day 20 hrs to drive it.

Distance from New York to Portland is 2457.4 Miles
( 3954.8 Kilometers / 2134 Nautical Miles )

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