Portland, Ore.-based TriMet is proposing a fiscal year 2022 budget that includes $607.1 million for operations and $301.2 million for capital improvements.
TriMet has selected Parametrix to complete the final design of “A Better Red,” which aims to increase on-time performance of the MAX light rail system by double-tracking the existing Red Line from Gateway Transit Center to Portland International Airport.
Siemens Mobility recently received a pair of orders for 51 light rail vehicles (LRVs).
Siemens Mobility recently announced that it has won a mid-life overhaul service contract worth $80 million—with options for up to $25 million more—for TriMet’s Type-2 and Type-3 Light Rail Vehicle (LRV) fleet.
The TriMet (Portland, Ore.) Southwest Corridor Light Rail project steering committee has voted unanimously in favor of the routing option that will place the new extension on Southwest Barbur Boulevard rather than Naito Parkway.
Portland transit customers are making history of a sort – that is, if they are users of Google Pay.
The TriMet Board of Directors on Feb. 28 named Chief Operating Officer Doug Kelsey as the agency’s next general manager.
TriMet’s Board of Directors has named current TriMet Chief Operating Officer (COO) Doug Kelsey as the single finalist in the search for a new general manager.
TriMet of Portland, Ore., has completed a $2.1-million renovation of the Washington Park MAX Station, including new art, graffiti-resistant wall coatings, LED lighting and elevator lobby upgrades.