Equal Access to Transportation

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OHSU is committed to providing equal access.

Patients and their personal visitors with ADA placards may park in ADA parking as needed. Request wheelchairs from staff onsite.

People arriving for work or school needs, who have an ADA placard or maternity need, may arrange for special reserved parking or use below accommodations.

Accessibility by mode

Adaptive BIKETOWN is Portland's adaptive bike rental program. The program's goal is to increase biking access for people with disabilities.

OHSU offers free bike valet at Portland Aerial Tram that can accommodate any type of bike. The Tram is a five minute ride to Marquam Hill and a convenient alternative to biking uphill.

See general information on biking to OHSU at ohsu.edu/bike.

For patients and their personal visitors:

  • OHSU offers ADA parking all onsite parking facilities. ADA placard required.

For anyone arriving for work or school:

  • OHSU is a pay to park environment 8am to 5pm, weekdays.
  • OHSU offers special accommodation to people with an ADA placard, doctor's note, or for maternity if the individual is in their third trimester of pregnancy.
  • See current rate for a special reserved permit. To request this permit, select "request or stop a permit" here.
  • For personal appointments and leave, parking is free with validation (call 503-494-8283).

See general information on driving to OHSU here.

The Tram is ADA accessible and welcomes assisted devices. The Tram is a 5 minute ride to Marquam Hill.

Service animals are the only animals allowed on the Tram.

See general information on OHSU and the Tram at ohsu.edu/tram.

All public transit to OHSU is ADA accessible.

Portland's regional transit agency, TriMet, provides a variety of accessible services.

See general information on transit to OHSU at ohsu.edu/transit.

OHSU campus is one mile from downtown Portland. Marquam Hill is most easily accessed via Portland Aerial Tram.

Mobility devices are welcome on campus, on transit, and on the Tram. Request wheelchairs from staff onsite.

For general information about walking to OHSU, visit ohsu.edu/walk.

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