You Can Now Get Help on Twitter Every Day of the Week
Hi there! A youth monthly pass is $28. An annual Youth pass is $308 an can be purchased at the TriMet Ticket Office.
— TriMet Rider Support (@trimethelp) December 31, 2017
We’ll still use @trimet for service alerts, information and promos, just like normal. We added the new handle so we could interact with riders and respond to more of your questions, comments, complaints and commendations. We can even help you plan a trip!
We’re also happy to announce that if you need Hop support, we’ve got you covered at @myhopcard.
(Note that Twitter still isn’t the place to report emergencies — tell your operator or call or text 911 if you need to report a dangerous situation, crime or suspicious activity.)
We won’t pretend this isn’t long overdue — but there’s no denying that it’s a huge step in the right direction. @ us if you agree.
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