Southwest Service Enhancement Plan

University of Oregon to partner with TriMet and Agency Partners on Southwest Corridor Light Rail Project in the Portland region

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The Sustainable City Year Program will engage hundreds of students in transit and transportation development plans The University of Oregon’s Sustainable City Year Program (SCYP) has announced its partnership with TriMet, the Portland region’s major transit agency, for the 2017-2018 academic year. Starting in September 2017, TriMet and the University will begin coordinating on dozens […]


More bus service coming for riders this fall and next spring

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TriMet board approves improvements for nine bus lines TriMet will expand bus service on nine lines during fiscal year 2017 to improve reliability, better match rider demand, connect people with jobs and ease crowding. The TriMet Board of Directors approved the service expansion today. The fall and spring service changes include adding earlier and later trips to […]


TriMet and Transit Police make strides to deter crime: reported crime down more than 25 percent

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Increased patrols, new partnerships, key investments bring crime down Reported crime is dropping on TriMet as the agency and Transit Police use new strategies and increased efforts to provide security for riders and our employees. Preliminary statistics for 2013 show reported crime dropping more than 25 percent over 2012. The 2013 reported crime statistics will […]


What is the future of transit in the Southwest Corridor?

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Help determine short-term improvements and long-term vision for bus service in the area Help determine the future of transit service in the Southwest Corridor. The corridor runs through Southwest Portland, Tigard, Tualatin, King City, Sherwood, Durham, Lake Oswego and West Linn. What should it look like? How best can transit connect those communities with jobs, […]