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Heat Advisory Updated: 8:26 p.m., Fri. Jul. 3, 2015

Plan ahead for a sizzling holiday weekend as a heat advisory remains in effect. In extreme temperatures, stay hydrated and expect possible delays as MAX trains slow in some areas in 90+ heat and trains systemwide slow in 100+ heat. Learn why

Pay your TriMet fare instantly on your smartphone

Our TriMet Tickets app lets you purchase and use tickets and passes instantly on your phone—anywhere, anytime. Just download the free app, register your debit/credit card in our secure system, and you're ready to go.

Why you'll love this app:

  • No paper tickets to keep track of.
  • No need to carry cash, count exact change or find a ticket machine.
  • Store tickets on your phone for future use.
  • Pay a single fare or multiple fares for a group of riders.
  • Buy tickets on your phone or on any computer via our website.

How it works:

Choose rider type
Adult, Honored Citizen or Youth

Choose fare
2½-Hour Ticket, 1-Day Pass, 7-Day Pass, 14-Day Pass or 30-Day Pass

Choose quantity
You can buy multiple tickets to use later.
(A $5 minimum purchase is required.)

Check out
Pay with Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express

Pro tips

Get updates about mobile ticketing

and other mobile services for riders

No smartphone? There are still many other convenient places you can buy your fare. This mobile app is the first step toward an electronic fare collection system, which will eventually make it easier for everyone (not just smartphone owners) to buy and pay their fares.

GlobeSherpa logoTriMet is one of the first transit agencies in the nation to pilot mobile ticketing on smartphones. The app is powered by GlobeSherpa, a Portland-based software company that specializes in mobile ticketing and payments.