Ramp may refer to:

In science and technology:

  • Inclined plane, a simple machine
  • Wheelchair ramp, an alternative to stairs
  • Ramp function, in mathematics the integral of the unit step function
  • Receptor activity-modifying protein (RAMP), a class of protein
  • Linkspan, on a ferry or a ferry slip


  • Airport ramp, the area where aircraft are loaded and unloaded
  • Entrance ramp, or "on ramp", on a freeway
  • Exit ramp, or "off ramp", on a freeway
  • Speed bumps, called ramps (Irish: rampai) in Ireland


  • Vert ramp and mini ramp, half-pipe structures used in gravity extreme sports
  • Mark Ramprakash, an English cricketer nicknamed "Ramps"


  • RAMP, a soul/jazz group from Cincinnati
  • Ramp (band), a Portuguese heavy metal band
  • Ramp, a 1991 album by Giant Sand
  • "Ramp! (The Logical Song)", German band Scooter's cover of the Supertramp song

Other uses:

  • Ramp (fashion), or runway or catwalk, used by models in a fashion show
  • Ramp (plant), common name for wild leek, Allium tricoccum native to eastern North America
  • Operation Ramp, an Australian Defence Force evacuation of civilians during the 2006 Lebanon War
  • Ramp, West Virginia, an unincorporated community
  • RAMP, simulation software for modelling reliability, availability and maintainability (RAM)