Portland Aerial Tram
One of the only aerial commuter trams in the country, the Tram connects South Waterfront (SW Moody & Gibbs) to Marquam Hill (Kohler Pavilion).
The Tram is designed to handle severe weather conditions.
Bikes are welcome on the Tram. Bike valet is offered free to the public at the lower terminal.
Service animals are welcome on the tram. Non-service animals are not permitted.
For events, tours, images and more visit www.gobytram.com.
|OHSU Courtesy Ticket
||OHSU patients & personal visitors may obtain a courtesy ticket from their health care provider or an OHSU concierge desk. OHSU has pre-paid for OHSU courtesy rides. Departments may order tickets in bulk.|
||$4.35||Tram lower terminal ticket machines located behind the base of the tram.
|Children 6 & under
||OHSU has pre-paid for rides made with an OHSU badge.
|Tram Annual Pass
||$100||Purchase at OHSU Transportation & Parking Customer Service.
|TriMet annual & monthly passes
||Purchase through TriMet's website.
|Portland Streetcar annual pass
||Purchase through Portland Streetcar's website.
|C-TRAN annual & monthly passes
||Purchase through C-Tran's website.
A cabin arrives, on average, every 7 minutes.
- Open 5:30am to 9:30pm Monday through Friday.
- Open 9am to 5pm Saturday
- Closed Sunday, Memorial Day through Labor Day
The Tram closes one weekend a year for maintenance. The tram is also closed on the following holidays:
- New Year's Day
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
- President's Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS
- Lab samples must be carried in approved containers.
- Conversations within the tram are not private. Be mindful of representing OHSU in public, OHSU's Code of Conduct, OHSU's Respect at the University training, and HIPPA. Wait until the ride is over to discuss sensitive or private information.
- The tram is public transit--not a form of patient transportation. Coordinate with Patient Transportation to move inpatients between South Waterfront and Marquam Hill. When possible, consider having the provider ride the tram to meet the inpatient.
- When the cabin is full, consider placing large bags at feet. And first time riders, especially kids, may appreciate a spot near a window.
The tram is ADA compliant and welcome to wheelchairs and other mobility-assistance devices. It is has 4 seats for people who need to sit.
The Tram is owned by City of Portland and operated by OHSU.