PUBLIC & VISITORS | Directions & Transportation
Getting to the Oregon Convention Center couldn't be easier. Its central location in the heart of downtown Portland's Rose Quarter/Lloyd District affords numerous and speedy transportation options - whether traveling by car or taxi, riding the city's airport-connected TriMet MAX light rail, Portland Streetcar, or often by simply strolling a short distance from your hotel. Just eight miles from Portland International Airport (PDX), the OCC is accessible via Interstate Freeway I-5 North from exit 302A (Rose Quarter) and I-84 West Exit 1 (Lloyd Boulevard). It is bound by Holladay Street, NE Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) Boulevard, Lloyd Boulevard and NE First Avenue.
Important Travel Notice: TriMet to provide shuttles during upcoming maintenance project, August 11-15, between Rose Quarter/Convention Center and Lloyd Center/NE 11th Ave MAX stations. More Info.
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Street and parking maps & visitor information
You can find additional documents at FindIt.oregoncc.org, our complete library of downloadable documents.
Portland Tri-Met MAX Light Rail, Streetcar and Buses
Portland TriMet's efficient MAX light rail connects to Portland International Airport (PDX) and stops 300 times a day at OCC's own station. MAX also runs east to Gresham, OR and west to Hillsboro, OR. The Portland Streetcar Central Loop and TriMet Bus Line #6 both stop right outside the center on NE Martin Luther King (MLK) Boulevard. Need assistance in planning your trip? The TriMet Trip Planner makes it easy!