Masks recommended on transit

Masks recommended on transit

Updated: 1:02pm, Wed. Sep. 7, 2022

Masks are optional on TriMet. However, the Multnomah County Health Department, the Oregon Health Authority and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommend wearing a mask in indoor settings, including public transit. More

Accessibility on Buses and Trains

Our stops, stations and vehicles have accessibility features that help make traveling easier for seniors and people with disabilities.

Reduced fares for seniors and people with disabilities

“Honored Citizen” fares are reduced fares for seniors age 65 or older, people on Medicare and people with a mental or physical disability.

Travel training is available

Learn how to use public transportation to travel independently. Ride Connection, a non-profit community service organization, provides individual and group travel training for seniors and people with disabilities through their RideWise program.

Other services

Neighborhood shuttles

A door-to-door shuttle service, provided through Ride Connection’s transportation network, is available for seniors and people with disabilities.

LIFT Paratransit Service

TriMet’s LIFT paratransit service is for people who are not able to ride regular buses and trains due to a disability or disabling health condition.

On-Board Accessibility Features

For more information

Phone: 503-962-2455
TTY: 7-1-1
Fax: 503-962-2370
Hours: 8:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. weekdays