Budget

TriMet board approves FY 2021 budget with plan to restore service

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Despite COVID-19 impacts, budget adjustments allow TriMet to restore service to 90% pre-pandemic levels TriMet’s Board of Directors has approved a budget for the 2021 Fiscal Year, which includes a path to restore service to near pre-pandemic levels. When Gov. Kate Brown asked Oregonians to stay home to save lives, ridership dropped by about 70%. […]


TriMet mira hacia el futuro: el transporte público durante y después de la pandemia

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Sesiones virtuales informativas para que el público tenga la oportunidad de saber más sobre la revisión del presupuesto, servicio, y prioridades de seguridad para el año fiscal 2021 que inicia el 1ro de Julio, 2020 TriMet se prepara para el futuro.  Aunque la pandemia COVID-19 acarrea muchas incertidumbres, TriMet continuara dando servicio que es seguro, […]


TriMet’s budget adjustments due to COVID-19 pandemic focus on preserving service and jobs, ensuring safety

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CARES Act funding sustains reduced TriMet’s operations for fiscal years 2020 and 2021, concerns for future years persist TriMet is making budget adjustments as the financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are coming into view. TriMet expects to lose an estimated $63 million in revenue through June 2020, and projects a $135.4 million loss for […]


Los ajustes presupuestarios de TriMet debido a la pandemia COVID-19 se centran en preservar el servicio y los empleos, garantizar la seguridad

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La financiación de la Ley CARES respalda la reducción de las actividades de TriMet para los años fiscales 2020 y 2021, y persiste la preocupación por los años futuros. TriMet está haciendo ajustes en el presupuesto a medida que los impactos financieros de la pandemia COVID-19 se hacen visibles. TriMet anticipa una pérdida estimada de […]


TriMet uses Keep Oregon Moving funds to keep transit moving and expanding in fiscal year 2020

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Proposed budget reflects first full year of statewide transit tax, agency reorganization to streamline functions, increased code enforcement and no fare increase TriMet’s fiscal year 2020 proposed budget puts the agency on the road to improving service and adding more of it, tackling important improvement projects and regional transit investments, and enhancing safety while increasing […]


TriMet to expand service, increase security presence, launch low-income fare program and add more new buses

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FY 2019 proposed budget reflects increased revenue from passage of HB 2017 and no fare increase TriMet today released its Fiscal Year 2019 proposed budget that reflects the agency’s continued investment in expanding bus service, improving MAX performance and stations, enhancing safety and increasing TriMet Code enforcement. The $710.1 million operating budget also includes the […]