Taking TriMet to the Trail Blazers game is a slam dunk


Pay before you go with TriMet Tickets mobile app

BlazersTrain1The Portland Trail Blazers tip off the 2014-15 regular season on Wednesday night, Oct. 29, and TriMet has fans covered. All four MAX lines, as well as six bus lines, serve the Rose Quarter area. With big crowds expected to cheer on the home team to another winning season this year, westbound MAX trains will be serving the northbound platform on game nights, starting about an hour and a half before tipoff until people disperse after the game.

BlazersTrain3Don’t foul out on TriMet

Whether you’re a longtime or casual Blazers fan, remember that it pays to play by the rules. A valid fare is required on all TriMet vehicles including MAX. If you’re caught without a fare, this foul could cost you a $175 citation or exclusion from the system.

TriMet Tickets mobile app lets you make a fast break

BlazersTrain2You can buy your fare before you even leave home. The free TriMet Tickets mobile app lets you buy tickets anywhere, at anytime and use them right on your phone whenever you need them. You can even buy and use tickets for multiple riders on one phone. Learn more at trimet.org/mobiletickets.

Since the game will last longer than two hours, buy a day pass. It’s the same cost as two 2-hour tickets.

Day Pass Fares
Adults:                        $5
Youth:                        $2.50
Honored citizens:       $2

Check travel times before game time

TriMet’s online trip planner makes it easy to plan a trip, with information on travel and walk times, transfers and cost. Visit trimet.org, or m.trimet.org for smartphones.