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Weigh in on TriMet's Bike Plan

We’re gearing up to create TriMet’s first-ever Bike Plan—a roadmap that will help guide future investments in biking infrastructure and amenities. We want your input! Join us to share your thoughts at an open house in October. Learn more

Bikes and TriMet

How to get there by bike, bus and train

Bikes locked at racks downtown as MAX passes by

We make it easy to "bike and ride." You can park your bike at the station, or bring it with you on the bus or train (if there's room).

Bike parking options

If you're a commuter, your best bet is to park your bike at the station. There may not be space for your bike on board the bus or train, especially at rush hour. You have several parking options:

Bike & Ride

Secure, enclosed parking with keycard access is now available at Sunset, Beaverton, and Gresham Central transit centers.

Also in planning for Orenco/NW 231st Ave MAX Station, SE Tacoma St/Johnson Creek, and SE Park Ave opening in fall of 2015.

Electronic bike lockers (eLockers)

Secure, enclosed, on-demand eLockers with keycard access are available at Tigard TC WES Station, Quatama/NW 205th Ave, Providence Park, and Gateway/NE 99th TC – first come, first served. Also in planning for Milwaukie/Main St opening in fall of 2015.

Reserved bike lockers

Lockers are available for rent at most rail stations and transit centers.

Bike racks at MAX and WES stations

Folding bike

Folding bikes: great for commuters!

You can take it with you! A folding bike is compact enough to bring inside buses and trains, even when all designated bike spaces are full.

First-come, first-served racks are available at most MAX and WES stations.

Bringing your bike on the bus or train

You can bring a standard-size bike on the bus, MAX, WES or Streetcar, but only if there's room in one of the designated bike spaces. They fill up quickly at rush hour and during events (such as Blazer games), so plan ahead.

Before you ride, know the types of bikes allowed on TriMet.