TriMet provides bus, light rail and commuter rail transit services in the Portland, Oregon, metro area. We connect people with their community, while easing traffic congestion and reducing air pollution—making the Portland area a better place to live. More
What Can I Bring on Board?
We want everyone's ride to be as safe and comfortable as possible. Here's what you can and can't bring on board TriMet buses and trains:
Wheeled carts/totes: We don't allow commercial shopping carts on board, but two-wheeled grocery storage carts are OK.
Strollers: We recommend using a folding "umbrella" style stroller. Large and double-wide strollers are not practical for use on TriMet. Strollers must be folded on a bus or high-floor MAX train (with stairs at the door), and must not block the aisle, stairs or doorway. More
Luggage/bags/backpacks/packages: You are welcome to bring bags and packages with you, but make sure they don't block the aisle, stairs or doorway.
Mobility devices: The power lifts on buses can hold wheelchairs and scooters up to 30 inches wide and 48 inches long, weighing up to 600 pounds when occupied.
Segways: You can bring a Segway on board only when used as a mobility device due to a disability. (It must be turned off when boarding, riding and exiting the vehicle.)
Bikes: Only single-seat two-wheeled bikes, folding bikes, and recumbents the size of a standard bike are allowed. Folding bikes are allowed inside buses. More
Food/drinks: Eating is not allowed on TriMet, but you can bring food and drinks on board in closed containers.
Pets: Unless it's a service animal, your pet must be kept in a carrier.