Portland, Oregon including its airport, transportation, and Convention Center are all very accessible. Below we provide links on the accessibility features of the city.
The Portland International Airport
Accessibility at the The Portland International Airport
Click the link above to learn more information for special needs within the airport including: wheelchair service, service dog relief area, mobility devices, directions, disabled parking and more.
All Portland TriMet buses, trains, transit centers and stations are fully accessible. Click here to learn more accessibility in Portland's public transportation system. Every WPC 2016 delegate will receive a complimentary 7-day TriMet pass for the week of the Congress at registration at the Oregon Convention Center.
The Oregon Convention Center [OCC] (site of the WPC 2016)
The OCC is completely accessible by foot, wheelchair and scooter. Grounds and floor surfaces are firm and stable. Other features of the OCC include: all lobby access points have automatic doors; all levels of the building are reachable by elevator; restrooms are designed to be fully accessible and much more. Click here to learn more about accessibility at the Oregon Convention Center.
ONSITE at WPC 2016
The Oregon Convention Center has a limited number of wheelchairs and electric convenience vehicles (scooters) available for daily, on-site rental.
Rented wheelchairs and scooters cannot be taken off-site.
Wheelchair rental: $15 daily
Scooter rental: $35 daily
Contact administrative offices at (503) 235- 7575 for details.
ONSITE & OFFSITE during WPC 2016
Delegates who wish to rent a scooter for use at the OCC and offsite moving to and from their hotel, there are some outside companies that can provide this service.
Delegates are responsible for booking and paying for this rental.
Fee: Weekly rental: $95. Delivery fee: $50.