Oregon Health and Science University
Oregon Health and Science University, Commuting -- Oregon -- Portland, Commuting -- Health aspects, Transportation -- Planning
Oregon Health and Science University is a microcosm of the 24-hour city, and it’s essential that patients, employees, students and others have safe and convenient 24-hour access to its medical campuses. Access to and from the main campus is always complicated, but even more so at night. The Night Access Plan lays out a strategy to make getting to and from OHSU at night and early in the morning safer, more convenient, and affordable.
A video about this project may be viewed here.
This project was conducted under the supervision of Matthew Gebhardt, Susan Gibson-Hartnett, Ethan Seltzer and Marisa Zapata.
Anderson, Lee; Backes, David; Moland, Abe; Phillips, Taylor; Stark, Rae-Leigh; and Valle, Shane, "Night Access Plan" (2016). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. Paper 130. http://pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu/usp_murp/130