TriMet drives Oregon’s transportation industry toward a cleaner air future with shift to renewable diesel

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Oregon’s largest consumer of diesel to cut carbon footprint by more than half in less than a year’s time On Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021, TriMet’s Board of Directors unanimously supported TriMet’s latest step to reduce our carbon footprint—shifting to renewable diesel to power our diesel fixed-route buses. As Oregon’s largest consumer of diesel, TriMet will […]


(VIDEO) How do you improve TriMet bus service in Clackamas County? Put safety first, crunch the data, think smart and team up

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Working together, TriMet and ODOT identified a small improvement at a single intersection that helps speed up and keep five Clackamas County bus lines on time Bus service in Clackamas County is getting faster and more reliable, thanks to a simple improvement brought about by our partnership with the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT). Late […]


(VIDEO) MAX returns to regular service Sunday, Oct. 24, following TriMet’s two-week improvement project east of Lloyd Center

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A new, more durable trackway is now in place, with upgraded ties, rail and drainage TriMet’s Lloyd MAX Improvements project is on track to finish a series of important upgrades to the MAX system today following a two-week disruption just east of Lloyd Center/NE 11th Ave. MAX Blue, Green and Red lines will resume regular […]


TriMet maintains top bond rating, rolls out new sustainability bond

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With steadfast credit rating intact in spite of COVID-19 pandemic, TriMet expands portfolio to include bonds that make investments in agency’s efforts to fight climate change The nation’s top credit rating agencies have granted TriMet a transit industry-leading triple-A bond rating, reaffirming support for our agency’s creditworthiness and the strength of our government-issued bonds. The […]