Author Archives: Tyler Graf

(VIDEO) TriMet adds fogging machines to its cleaning routine to keep riders and operators safe

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Nine new devices are helping TriMet’s enhanced cleaning efforts TriMet has a new tool to help keep our bus operators and riders healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve added nine portable decontamination devices to our regular cleaning routine. We have three of the machines up and running at each of our three bus operating facilities. […]


(Video) Mentorship ‘never ends’ for TriMet rail training supervisor and the operator he once coached

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More than decade after meeting on a middle school basketball court, a coach and player reunite as colleagues As he stepped through the doors of the Beaverton Transit Center breakroom, TriMet Rail Training Supervisor Anthony Herring stopped in his tracks and did a double-take. At the table in front of him, calmly eating his lunch, […]


VIDEO: Mount Hood Community College students’ TriMet tour sparks interest in transit engineering

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Students step out of the classroom and into Ruby Junction Rail Operations Facility to experience an up-close view of how engineering drives transit Transit systems don’t simply sprout up all on their own. They’re cultivated over time, with care and attention coming from people with the technical expertise and vision to keep buses and trains […]


Winter service brings buses seven days a week for one line, improved reliability on others

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Sunday service comes to Line 16-Front Ave/St Helens Rd, while 51-Vista and 99-Mcadam/McLoughlin see their schedules shift to improve performance Changes are coming to several TriMet bus lines to add service,  increase reliability and improve the customer experience. The service improvements will go into effect starting Sunday, Dec. 1. These upgrades continue our largest bus […]