Cash fares accepted on buses again starting October 1

Cash fares accepted on buses again starting October 1

Cash fares accepted on buses again starting October 1 Starting Thursday, October 1, you can once again pay your fare on buses with cash. We recently finished installing operator safety panels on all our 40-foot buses being used in service. These safety panels are...
How TriMet Riders Feel About COVID-19 and Transit

How TriMet Riders Feel About COVID-19 and Transit

How TriMet Riders Feel About COVID-19 and Transit Most of our lives have been upended to varying degrees over the past few months. Change seems to be the one constant. We wanted to explore how these changes are affecting how riders use and feel about transit.  Back...
Our Plan to Restore Service

Our Plan to Restore Service

Our Plan to Restore Service When we temporarily reduced service in early April, we told you it was a painful-but-necessary change that would help us bounce back when conditions improved.  We now have a plan and timeline for bouncing back.  Starting Monday, August...

COVID-19 Update: TriMet Employees Must Wear Face Coverings

We’re requiring all our employees and contractors to wear face coverings when they can’t keep at least six feet from other people on our system or at work sites. This new requirement, which goes into effect Monday, May 11, means you’ll see more bus operators,...

COVID-19 Update: Limiting How Many People Are Allowed on Transit

We’ll be limiting how many people are allowed on buses starting the evening of April 2. No more than 10-15 riders can be on a bus at one time — 10 individuals, or up to 15 if people are riding together (such as couples or parents with children). This is to make sure...