Author Archives: Tia York

(VIDEO) Construction accomplishments in 2020 keep TriMet’s Division Transit Project right on track

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Construction of the project reaches 40%, bringing the Division Street corridor closer to a better, faster and more reliable transit service, beginning in 2022 After nearly a year of construction, TriMet’s Division Transit Project is coming into view. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, crews with project contractor, Raimore Construction, made significant progress across the 15-mile stretch […]


El comité hace recomendaciones para el enfoque re-imaginado de TriMet sobre la seguridad pública

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Las propuestas identificadas por el Comité Asesor de Seguridad Pública para el Transporte Público fueron presentadas a la Mesa Directiva de TriMet durante el retiro virtual del jueves 19 de noviembre. TriMet está avanzando con planes para reimaginar la seguridad en su sistema de tránsito. Comenzamos este proceso en junio después de escuchar los llamados […]


Bus rapid transit projects included in Metro’s proposed Measure 26-218

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Proposed transit projects on 82nd Avenue, Tualatin Valley Highway, McLoughlin Boulevard and Burnside Road corridors, if Measure 26-218 passes Bus Rapid Transit is a different type of bus service that uses treatments such as specially timed signals and dedicated transit travel lanes to move buses around traffic and get riders to their destination efficiently. Metro’s […]


(VIDEO) Faster buses help ease congestion, bring a better ride throughout the region

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TriMet continues work with regional partners to identify areas for small improvements that make our transportation system better, with faster bus service and improved traffic flow A lot has changed since the COVID-19 pandemic began sweeping the nation, but as Oregon’s three largest counties emerge from lockdowns and people start moving throughout the region more […]