Masks recommended on transit

Masks recommended on transit

Updated: 11:48am, Wed. Aug. 10, 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

How to Read TriMet Schedules

Schedules show only the major stops (timepoints) along the route. There may be other stops in between the stops listed on the schedule. You can use the Interactive System Map to see all stops on the route.

  • Buses and trains use special schedules on certain major holidays. Learn more about holiday service
  • A Stop ID number is listed under each stop name on the schedule. You can use this number to get real-time service information from TriMet’s TransitTracker.
  • You can click on the “Details” link under the stop/station name to see more information about that stop.
  • Watch for important footnotes (a capital letter following the schedule time), particularly for early morning and late evening service.