TriMet announces summer schedule of events to help riders reduce their transit costs

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Thirteen events, in partnership with Portland State University and Portland Parks & Recreation’s Free Lunch + Play program, expand options for riders to sign up for reduced fare TriMet wants to help those struggling financially afford transit, so we’re taking our low-income fare program to Portland neighborhoods this summer. We’re also expanding enrollment services on […]


TriMet moves to speed up MAX system by consolidating stations in Downtown Portland

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TriMet Board of Directors considering ordinances to permanently close Mall/SW 4th Ave and Mall/SW 5th Ave stations, close Kings Hill/SW Salmon St for one-year pilot TriMet’s Board of Directors will vote on Wednesday, July 24, 2019, whether to speed up MAX Blue and Red lines by consolidating stations in Downtown Portland. They will consider ordinances […]


Better, faster and more service, increased security and fare enforcement arriving in fiscal year 2020

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TriMet’s fiscal year 2020 budget brings riders more bus service, increased security and fare enforcement and improvements to speed up buses and trains and keep them on time. The TriMet Board of Directors adopted the agency’s FY 2020 budget on Wednesday, June 26, 2019. It includes $685.2 million for day-to-day operations and more than $300 […]


Detour ahead! Tilikum Crossing multi-use paths to close for bridge inspection

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Pedestrians, cyclists and others should plan for minor route changes across the bridge starting Monday, June 24 It’s that time again! TriMet’s biennial inspection of Tilikum Crossing, Bridge of the People, is scheduled from Monday, June 24 through Thursday, June 27. Pedestrians, cyclists and people using other modes like e-scooters to cross the Willamette River […]