Traveling at 22 miles per hour, the tram cabins rise 500 feet for the three-minute trip over I-5, the Lair Hill neighborhood and the Southwest Terwilliger Parkway. The Portland Aerial Tram provides an average 9,000 rides on weekdays, with about 85% of riders visiting OHSU and 15% members of the general public and tourists.
Portland Aerial Tram. Weekdays 5:30am to 9:30pm. Saturdays: 9am to 5pm. Closed Sundays and observed holidays. Purchase fare
The tram travels 3,300 linear feet (1,006 meters) between South Waterfront and Marquam Hill, reaching a speed of 22 miles per hour (35 kmh). About the Portland Aerial Tram. Every weekday, an average of 10,000 passengers ride the iconic silver tram. Why all the buzz for this futuristic mode of public transit?
The lower tram terminal is at the intersection of South Moody Avenue & Gibbs Street --the most transportation-diverse intersection in the country. Besides one of the nation's only aerial commuter trams, you'll see cars, buses, a streetcar, a soaring pedestrian bridge, a cycle track and the densest bike parking in America's #1 biking city. Bike ...
The Portland Aerial Tram is part of Portland's public transportation system and operates in coordination with TriMet and Portland Streetcar. Learn how the Tram has performed in its first ten years and the history behind it on the 10th Anniversary page. Who designed the Tram and cabins?
Portland Aerial Tram. 3303 S Bond Ave, Portland, OR 97239, USA. http://gobytram.com/. The tram gives Portland visitors stunning views of the city, river, and mountains beyond. Grab the streetcar from downtown out to the waterfront.
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The Portland Aerial Tram can get you from the south waterfront to Marquam Hill in 4 minutes with stunning views. Try out Portland's bike share system downtown and in the inner east side. Bus and Rail service connecting Portland to Washington, the Gorge, Mt Hood, the Coast and more
See all photos from Areej A. for Portland Aerial Tram. The tram travels 500 feet up the hill, from South Waterfront up to Marquam Hill, at 22 miles per hour. It's primarily for commuters to the Oregon Health & Sciences University, but it makes for a great activity for anyone!
The Portland Aerial Tram connects OHSU's South Waterfront and Marquam Hill Campuses. Passengers ride between S. Moody and Gibbs, adjacent to the Center for Health and Healing on the waterfront and Kohler Pavilion on Marquam Hill. Designed to handle severe weather conditions, the Tram runs year-round.