Seen and Heard: $300,000 savings, a dance flashmob, and the Triforce symbol?

Numbers and letters magnets on a fridge spelling "MAX 72 4 Bus"

Numbers and letters lesson as seen by @jessicaroberts.

“Seen and Heard on TriMet” is a regular compilation of some of the funny, entertaining and uplifting content we see posted about our system every day.

Want to get in on the fun? Just include #trimet in your tweets, and your content could be featured here on our blog.

Here are some of the highlights from the last few weeks:

jessicaroberts:

Learning numbers and letters with @trimet – not staged, I swear! pic.twitter.com/WGJ2MRlZ

SheepyDoodle:

I don’t think Trimet realizes they have the Triforce symbol on their buses.

lindallrobinson:

#Happilyeverafter @ TriMet Quatama/NW 205th Ave MAX Station instagr.am/p/J0nV84PzlE/

billwalle:

@trimet Save over $300,000 over typical 40 year career using #TriMet on cost of car alone. Add gas and it’s scary.

SprocketPodcast:

Inside track repair vehicle there is a coffeepot! #bestfeature #trimet pic.twitter.com/ZUP3Hjm9

DHMresearch:

From AM @trimet bus ride #2: chivalry is alive and well in #pdx. Saw 4 diff ppl give up seat to seniors or opposite sex (both men and wmn)

ChelseaHasHope:

#portland from the bus zoom zoom!!! @ Trimet Stop 704 instagr.am/p/JxdpRcJf0v/

5mma:

Yes, a dance flashmob on a streetcar IS completely normal here. No one who rides Trimet regularly would even blink an eye #Grimm

spankney1:

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About Nancy D'Inzillo

I'm TriMet's web coordinator. I assist in developing and maintaining TriMet's web and social media content (in addition to general writing and copyediting assignments). In my spare time, I enjoy freelance editing, learning new recipes, and reading books of all genres.