The diffusion of hydrogen in metals is of interest due to the deleterious influence of hydrogen on material ductility and fracture resistance. It is becoming increasingly clear that hydrogen transport couples significantly with dislocation activity. In this work, we use a coupled diffusion-crystal plasticity model to incorporate hydrogen transport associated with dislocation sweeping and pipe diffusion in addition to standard lattice diffusion. Moreover, we consider generation of vacancies via plastic deformation and stabilization of vacancies via trapping of hydrogen. The proposed hydrogen transport model is implemented in a physically based crystal viscoplasticity framework to model the interaction of dislocation substructure and hydrogen migration. In this study, focus is placed on hydrogen transport and trapping within the intense deformation field of a crack tip plastic zone. We discuss the implications of the model results in terms of constitutive relations that incorporate hydrogen effects on crack tip field behavior and enable exploration of hydrogen embrittlement mechanisms.