OHSU

Biking

Go By BikeBiking aligns with OHSU's mission to improve community health and also eases traffic congestion--improving access for patients and anyone traveling by other means. Biking can also be a fun, healthy way to start your day at work or school.

Marquam Hill and South Waterfront offer unique commutes but are easily biked with the right planning. 

OHSU Bike Program

OHSU Bike Program Members Site

Members earn incentives to bike to OHSU.

 

Traveling to Campus


Marquam Hill: Terwilliger's bike lane is recommended. Or access Marquam Hill via Portland Tram. where bike valet is free to the public. Fare or badge required on the tram. Downhill, be sure of your brakes and tires.

South Waterfront is accessible via Moody Cycle Track from the north, Gibbs Street Pedestrian Bridge from the east, and Willamette Waterfront Path from the south. The Collaborative Building is adjacent to Tilikum Crossing (opening Fall 2015). Center for Health & Healing is adjacent to Portland Aerial Tram's lower terminal.

Public transit in the region is bike-friendly. TriMet has created a unique transit+bike planner.

Riding around Portland? City of Portland and BikePortland.org.offer numerous tips.

 

Parking on campus

The OHSU Bike Valet is a fast, free and secure option welcome to all. The valet is operated by our contractor Go By Bike at the lower terminal of the Portland Aerial Tram. Open 6am to 6:45pm, Monday to Friday. Closed when the tram is closed.

Indoors and near entrances, walk bikes. Lock only to bike racks, keeping disabled ramps clear for those who need them. 

Bike facilities, accessible 24/7, are detailed here.  Anywhere but the valet, U-locks are strongly recommended. Cables alone will not protect a bike from theft.

 

About

Questions about biking to OHSU, the program, or facilities? 

Contact:

John Landolfe, Transportation Options Coordinator, 503-494-2555.


OHSU Bike Gold

OHSU Bike Program Stats

through June 2014


Total members:

3,613


Total miles logged:

4,218,736


Average miles per trip: 

9


Riders biking 10+ miles daily:

1,567


Gallons of oil saved: 

362,811


Money saved over driving:

$2,387,805


Calories burned: 

177,186,912