Introducing Frequent Express
FX2-Division is our new high-capacity bus service along Division Street in Southeast Portland. It’s fast, efficient and convenient, with buses arriving every 12 minutes for most of the day, every day.
Buses run every 12 minutes all day
Longer buses with room for 60% more people
Next-generation signals prioritize buses for faster trips
All-door boarding for faster stops
Bus lanes at key locations will keep buses moving around congestion
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The bus and station
1 Front door
Cash fare box and Hop reader;
Board and exit with mobility devices;
Ramp for mobility devices
2 Middle door
Pay with Hop
3 Rear door
Pay with Hop;
Board and exit with a bike
4 Priority seating
For seniors and people with disabilities
5 Getting off the bus
Touch strip/pull cord to tell operator to stop at the next station;
Overhead sign and speaker announce the next station
6 Bike racks
Board at the rear door to use either of the two bike racks
Featuring weather protection, a bench and nighttime lighting (most stations)
8 Bike lane
Bicyclists must yield to pedestrians
9 TransitTracker sign
Shows next bus arrivals in real-time
Service alert in effect:
Standard 40-foot buses will temporarily serve FX2-Division stations out of an abundance of caution due to a fleet-wide mechanical issue. We are working with the manufacturer, Nova Bus, to address the issue and return the articulated buses to service as soon as possible.
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Reducing our carbon emissions
Like all of our regular bus service, the new FX buses will run on renewable diesel, a cleaner-burning fuel we’re using to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions.
The move to renewable diesel is an important one while we transition to a zero-emissions bus fleet by 2040.
Looking to the future
We’re studying other possible FX routes along other major regional roads and highways — stay tuned for updates.