TriMet Public Art

The TriMet Public Art Program promotes transit use and community pride by integrating permanent and temporary art works into the public transit system—celebrating the contributions of public transportation and recognizing the cultural richness in our region.

MAX Orange Line Art

MAX Orange Line

There‚Äôs an incredible variety of artwork reflecting the communities that have sprung up along the Willamette River and its tributaries on the new MAX Orange Line! See for yourself…

MAX Green Line Art

MAX Green Line

Sculptures and other artwork greet travelers on the renovated Portland Mall and along I-205 to Clackamas Town Center. Learn more and listen to audio clips about art on the Green Line…

WES Commuter Rail Art

WES Commuter Rail

A series of five sculptures on the WES Line encourage interaction and serve as a metaphor for the human experience. Find out more about The Interactivators…

MAX Yellow Line Art

MAX Yellow Line

Artwork along the MAX Yellow Line draws from the history and culture of the area to create a unique identity for each station. Learn about the art and the community along the Yellow Line…

MAX Red Line Art

MAX Red Line

Riders can enjoy numerous artworks related to flight while heading to and from the airport. Read about Red Line art…

MAX Blue Line Art (Westside)

MAX Blue Line (Westside)

TriMet’s first public art program opened in 1998 with the Westside MAX Blue Line. Discover art on the Westside Blue Line…

MAX Blue Line Art (Eastside)

MAX Blue Line (Eastside)

New or refurbished stations provide opportunities for artwork on the Estside MAX Blue Line. Check out new Eastside Blue Line art…

Bus Shelter Art

Bus Stops and Park & Rides

Patterns etched onto windscreen glass help beautify bus stop shelters and deter vandalism. Learn more about art at bus shelters and Park & Rides…


Public Art Staff

Mary Priester
Public Art Manager

Michelle Traver
Public Art Project Manager

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