TriMet: Public Transit in the Portland Area

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You can type in an address, intersection, landmark or Stop ID here. (For best results, don't include a city, state or ZIP code.)

Examples: 1800 SW 1st Ave, Canyon & Hall, Gresham Library, or 2642.

You can type in an address, intersection, landmark or Stop ID here. (For best results, don't include a city, state or ZIP code.)

Examples: 1800 SW 1st Ave, Canyon & Hall, Gresham Library, or 2642.

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The quickest trips usually involve transferring between buses and trains and walking a short distance. You can choose "fewest transfers" if you prefer not to transfer, but your trip will probably take longer.

Here, you can specify how far you are willing to walk to and from the bus stop or rail station. Note: If set to less than 1 mile, some trips may not be possible.

Most trips involve a combination of buses and trains. You can specify bus-only or train-only, but keep in mind that some trips may not be possible as a result. To plan a bike + transit trip, use the Map Trip Planner.

 
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