Author Archives: Tia York

(VIDEO) Say ‘hello’ to the minority-owned firm electrifying Division Street

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Clackamas-based firm is building infrastructure along Division Street for TriMet’s new high-capacity bus line, and creating jobs and opportunities for people Affordable Electric owner Jean-Wildy Malary supervises one of his crews working at 168th and Division Street. Two workers are carefully connecting wires to an electrical cabinet at a Division Transit Project station. The electricity […]


(VIDEO) Heading back to the office? Get there faster on TriMet, thanks to regional efforts to help buses beat traffic

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TriMet thanks our partners for helping to make riding the bus to work, school and many other destinations faster and easier with improvements completed during the COVID-19 pandemic Two years after the COVID-19 pandemic caused thousands of Oregonians to change their daily routines, people are heading back to the office. We’re excited to let riders […]


TriMet’s proposed budget keeps transportation priorities on track as region bounces back from COVID-19 pandemic

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$1.8 billion budget prioritizes projects to make bus and light rail service faster and more reliable, accelerates TriMet’s adoption of clean fuel technologies, advances transit equity by supporting riders struggling financially and seeks to restore our workforce Two years after the COVID-19 pandemic began changing our world, TriMet is rolling toward recovery with our proposed […]


TriMet survey asks riders for feedback on service, safety and security, civil rights and more!

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Expanded Title VI Program survey adds questions on ridership patterns, service priorities and safety and security on TriMet as restrictions around the COVID-19 pandemic ease Every three years, TriMet reviews and updates our Title VI program to ensure compliance with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA). Title VI is part of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, […]