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Face covering required on TriMet

Updated: 9:29am, Fri. Oct. 2, 2020

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Timbers fans

Service to Timbers and Thorns Games

Welcome aboard! Transit is the easy and convenient way to Providence Park.


MAX Blue and Red lines

We’re running extra MAX service on game days, so have your fare ready and expect a crowd!

  • The Providence Park MAX station is across the street from the stadium entrance. Be ready to show your valid fare when exiting the train or entering the platform.
  • Starting March 1, 2020, the Kings Hill/SW Salmon MAX Station will be closed for a one-year pilot in order to speed up MAX through downtown.


Lines 15, 20 and 24

Lines 15-Belmont/NW 23rd, 20-Burnside/Stark and 24-Fremont/NW 18th will run on regular schedules. For the 2020 Timbers and Thorns seasons, home games after 7 p.m. will receive extra Line 24 service. For 7 p.m. kickoffs, buses will arrive at 9:15 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. For 7:30 p.m. kickoffs, buses will arrive at 9:45 p.m. and 10 p.m.

Nearby: Line 6-ML King Jr

Line 6 buses stop three blocks south of Providence Park on SW 18th Ave.


Plan your trip to the game


Have your fare ready to go.

Don’t miss a second of the action waiting to buy your fare at the platform. Make sure you’ve got your Hop card, and set up Auto-Load so you’re never stuck without fare. Or if you’re paying Adult fare, just tap aboard with your phone using Android Pay, Apple Pay or Samsung Pay.

Expect a crowd.

More than 20,000 fans are expected to attend each Timbers home match — that means buses, trains and platforms are going to be more crowded than usual. Use crosswalks and always look both ways around buses and trains.