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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 Green Line ArtMAX Green Line Art

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 ArtWES Commuter Rail Art

A series of five sculptures on the WES line serve as a metaphor for the human experience. Learn more about art on WES

 

Interstate MAX Yellow Line ArtMAX Yellow Line Art

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

 

Airport MAX Red Line ArtMAX Red Line Art

Travelers and commuters enjoy unique artwork heading to and from the airport. Learn more about art on the Red Line

 

Westside MAX Blue Line ArtMAX Blue Line Art (Westside)

TriMet's foray into public art began in 1998 with Westside MAX Blue Line. Learn more about art on the Blue Line

 

Westside MAX Blue Line ArtMAX Blue Line Art (Eastside)

TriMet's foray into public art began in 1998 with Westside MAX Blue Line. Learn more about art on the Blue Line

 

Bus Shelter ArtPublic Art at Bus Stops and Park & Rides

Learn how sandblasting vandalized glass helps beautify bus stops and deter vandalism. Learn more about bus shelter art