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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.


Client: Oregon Health and Science University

winner of the 2017 AICP (American Institute of Certified Planners) Student Project Award

The Executive Summary and Community Engagement Report are located below in Additional Files.


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