Since 2001, millions of airline travelers, airport employees and visitors have taken TriMet’s MAX Red Line to and from Portland International Airport. The Red Line was the first train-to-plane connection on the West Coast, built through a unique public/private partnership.
We’ve opened two new Bike & Ride facilities at Beaverton and Gresham Central transit centers, where you can park your bike in a secure, enclosed building with keycard access. You pay just pennies per hour, with no monthly fee.
With all the growth in bicycling in the region, there are limited options for commuters to bring bikes onto buses and trains, especially during rush hour. Secure bike parking makes biking a more reliable and convenient way to connect to TriMet.
Hey, Timbers fans! We’re running extra service to get you there and back, but be prepared for crowded buses and trains. You can get there on MAX Light Rail and Bus Lines 15-Belmont/NW 23rd and 20-Burnside/Stark. If you’re parking downtown, you can also catch an express bus to JELD-WEN Field.
Effective Sunday, September 4, we will be making schedule and/or route adjustments on 24 bus lines and MAX Blue Line. These changes are designed to relieve passenger crowding, to provide more reliable service, and to match service with ridership levels.
If you use a smartphone (such as BlackBerry®, iPhone® or Android®), you can access TriMet tools and information quickly and easily at m.trimet.org.
Our mobile-friendly site loads fast and is easy to navigate, with the most popular rider tools from trimet.org, such as TransitTracker arrival times, Trip Planner, Service Alerts, route and system maps and more.
It’s easy: Point your mobile browser to m.trimet.org and bookmark it for quick and easy access.