OHSU is where aerial trams and world-class bridges connect people through canyons, river, forest, and neighborhoods.
To grow sustainably within the community, OHSU is committing to diverse transportation options to meet the challenges of an ambitious future.
Transportation Demand Management Plan
In 2017, OHSU worked with the community to create a plan to serve patients, guide growth, and attract and retain talent. Access is critical to OHSU's mission to provide equal access to healthcare, education, and research.
As more people make the journey to OHSU, this plan aims to help people experience a better journey.
OHSU, by the numbers
Marquam Hill is OHSU's largest campus and on the highest elevation hill in the city
Most OHSU sites are located in Portland, OR and Multnomah County.
OHSU Transportation Census
The goal of the OHSU Transportation Census is to listen directly to daily commuters, OHSU's employees, to improve accessibility for all. Below are the 2017 results.
OHSU Night Access Plan
In 2016, OHSU teamed with Portland State University's Master of Urban and Regional Planning program to improve the experience of traveling through the evening and early morning.
See the final plan at www.ohsu.edu/nightaccess.
OHSU Transportation Options Coordinator
John has coordinated transportation programs for OHSU since 2009. He is dedicated to helping new, returning, and daily visitors plan their best possible trip. In the past decade, OHSU commuters have raced ahead of the region and industry in diverse commuting choices. He has 16 years experience in project management. His work at OHSU includes the internationally-celebrated OHSU Bike Program, creating GoByTram.com, and orienting up to 100 new employees and students a week.