Portland, Oregon, is so bike friendly, people even ride their bikes to the airport before hopping on a plane,
which is why Portland International Airport provides a wide range of transportation options to our customers and
employees. Whether you’re visiting the region, traveling out of state, or one of the thousands of people
who work at the airport each day, PDX is committed to bicycle facilities that make getting to and from the airport
as easy and safe as possible.
A multi-use path that connects to a regional trail system – Click the map above for details
about roads and multi-use pathways at and around the airport. More detailed maps of the metro area are available
in the “Related Links” section below.
Secure bicycle parking – Ride, park, and fly! Bike racks are located on the north and
south ends of the PDX terminal. The south rack is adjacent to the TriMet MAX loading platform. Don’t forget
your bike lock!
Bike assembly and repair station – The work station, located on the lower terminal
roadway near the TriMet MAX Red Line station, enables people traveling with bicycles to more easily assemble
and disassemble their bikes before and after flights.
Tool check-out – As an extra resource, Travel Oregon and the Port have basic bike tools
available for check-out by cyclists. Cyclists can stop by the Oregon Welcome Center, located on the first floor
of the PDX terminal across from Bag Claim 5, to borrow a pedal wrench or air pump, or to peruse literature about
bicycling resources in the region.
TriMet connections – TriMet serves PDX with the MAX light rail line. MAX trains include
bike hooks and connect to buses and other rail lines across the metropolitan area.