Each of the Park & Rides will be closed for one day so crews can perform seal coating and re-striping work
Maintenance crews are scheduled to reseal, re-stripe and fill in the cracks of seven Park & Rides along the MAX Blue, Green and Red lines from Gresham City Hall to Fair Complex/Hillsboro Airport in August.
The seal coating work will be performed throughout the month, resulting in each Park & Ride facility being closed for a day. Riders will begin seeing signs at the facilities about a week before they’re closed. Riders will want to check the maintenance schedule, watch for the signs and consider making other parking plans if they use one of the facilities at which the work is taking place.
Seal coating work schedule
The scheduled maintenance work is dependent on the weather. If it rains, the work will be postponed until another time. On the day the work takes place, A-board signs will be onsite alerting customers to park elsewhere. Vehicles that are left in the Park & Ride during the scheduled maintenance will be towed at the owner’s expense.
- Beaverton Creek
Riders may want to consider using the Elmonica/SW 170th Ave Park & Ride, located less than two miles away, which features 435 parking spaces.
- Willow Creek/SW 185th Ave Transit Center
Riders may want to consider using the Elmonica/SW 170th Ave Park & Ride, located less than a mile and a half away, or the Quatama Park & Ride, less than two miles away, with 310 spaces.
Riders may want to consider using the Willow Creek Park & Ride on this day, or the Orenco Station Park & Ride, about two miles away, which features 125 spaces.
- Fair Complex/Hillsboro Airport
Riders may want to consider using the Orenco Station Park & Ride, located about two miles away.
- Gresham City Hall
Riders may want to consider using the Cleveland Ave Park & Ride, located about a mile away, which features 392 spaces.
- Millikan Way
Riders may want to consider using the Beaverton Creek Park & Ride on this day, located about a mile away, with 417 spaces.
- Gateway/NE 99th Ave Transit Center
Limited alternative parking nearby may be found at the E 122nd Ave/Menlo Park Park & Ride, with 612 spaces, or the SE Main St Park & Ride, with 420 spaces, located along the MAX Green Line.
More information about all of our Park & Rides and other parking options can be found at trimet.org/parkandride.
Less time, more durable pavement
We perform routine maintenance on our Park & Rides every four years. This involves applying a sealant layer to the asphalt, to protect it from water, oils and UV damage. By re-striping the parking areas and crosswalks, we’ll be keeping them safe and maximizing the number of spaces available.
This year, with Park & Rides seeing fewer cars than they have in the past, the work will take less time and be less disruptive. Previously, Park & Rides have been partially closed for two days to accommodate the work, rather than one day of a full closure.