Help shape TriMet’s new Bike Plan


Plan will become roadmap for improving bike access to transit

TriMet is gearing up to create our first-ever Bike Plan—a roadmap that will help guide future investments in biking infrastructure and amenities. This includes improving bike access to transit, expanding parking options, and accommodating bikes onboard buses and trains.

Help shape TriMet's new Bike Plan

Help shape TriMet’s new Bike Plan

The goal of the plan is to make bike+transit trips easier, safer and more convenient for more people, especially to address the “Last Mile” connection for riders to get to jobs.

First, we need your help: We’re asking riders, cyclists, residents, businesses and community groups to weigh in and tell us what’s most important to them when it comes to bikes and transit.

TriMet’s Bicycle Plan will:

• Provide guidance to agency policy and planning efforts regarding bicycle accommodation on-board transit vehicles
• Recommend bicycle parking types and quantities at stations and stops
• Suggest innovative marketing strategies to support the amenities

Join us at an open house in October

Mon., October 5
5 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
Community Cycling Center
1700 NE Alberta St
Served by TriMet bus lines 8, 72

Tues., October 6
5 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
Oregon Rail Heritage Center
2250 SE Water Ave
across from the OMSI/SE Water Ave Station

Wed., October 7
5 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
Oregon Clinic, 1st Floor
1111 NE 99th Ave at the Gateway Transit Center

Thurs., October 8
5 p.m.–6:30 p.m.
Orenco Bike & Ride in Hillsboro
West side of NW 231st at the MAX tracks

Other ways to weigh in

Between Oct. 5-31, visit and take a quick survey and a map-based exercise, email at or call 503-238-RIDE (7433), option 5.

A state grant will help fund development of the Bicycle Plan. The grant is part of the Transportation and Growth Management (TGM) program, a partnership between ODOT and the Department of Land Conservation and Development. TGM grants support communities in Oregon that are working to create vibrant, livable places where people can walk, bike, take transit or drive where they want to go.

TriMet values feedback and suggestions on combining bicycling with transit, and encourages feedback through email at or 503-238-RIDE (7433).