TriMet News

Independent analysis once again finds no systemic racial bias in TriMet fare enforcement

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2018 study finds fare evasion, small group of chronic offenders continue to pose challenges 48,060 Fare Enforcement Incidents (March 2016 ~ March 2018) Warnings Citations Exclusions 4,228 39,464 4,368 Two years after TriMet’s first independent, third party analysis of the agency’s fare enforcement practices, a new analysis once again finds no evidence of systemic racial […]


Willow Creek Transit Center improvements to enhance safety, convenience

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Upgrades coming to Willow Creek/SW 185th Ave Transit Center starting August 6 TriMet will be upgrading safety features and convenience for all riders, especially those using mobility devices, at the Willow Creek Transit Center. Portions of sidewalk adjacent to accessible parking spaces will be replaced bringing them into compliance with Federal Americans with Disabilities Act […]


TriMet brings contractor on board for Division Transit Project

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Contract award expected to become Oregon’s largest for a certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) TriMet’s Board of Directors took a significant step toward bringing faster, more efficient and reliable bus service on the eastside this week. They voted to award the pre-construction contract for the Division Transit Project to Raimore Construction, a certified Disadvantaged Business […]