Update 7/7: TriMet bus commuters: the CLSB is Stop 13181, Moody and Sheridan, served by bus line 35 and 36. Within about a five-minute walk from the CLSB, there are connections to lines 9, 17, 19, 38, 43, 45, 54, 55, 56, and 66. To map your commute, try the TriMet trip planner.
If TriMet’s current options are not convenient to you, submit your comments on the TriMet website. Direct feedback from riders is the best way for them to tailor their routes.
Are you wondering about the parking situation at the Collaborative Life Sciences Building? Here’s an update. Like the parking at CHH, the new parking structure is a 4-Diamond lot. The adjacent Schnitzer Lot will change to 3-Diamond. Faculty and staff will have access to the second level of the CLSB parking structure, P2 (the first level is dedicated to patient parking). Bike commuters will have 100 indoor, fee-based bike parking spots as well as 300 no-charge outdoor bike slots (alas, no bike valet yet). Fee-based shower facilities are available.
If you’re planning to park elsewhere but you need to get to CLSB for teaching and events, you’ll have a number of options. The streetcar—free with your OHSU ID badge—is already serving the CLSB. The South Waterfront shuttle runs every 10 or 15 minutes and will include the CLSB in its regular stops. The walking time from the tram to CLSB is estimated to be about 5 minutes.
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