Masks recommended on transit

Masks recommended on transit

Updated: 2:32pm, Mon. May. 16, 2022

Masks are optional on TriMet. However, the Multnomah County Health Department, the Oregon Health Authority and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommend wearing a mask in indoor settings, including public transit. More

Access Transit Fare Programs

Resources for organizations and riders who qualify based on income

Access to public transportation is access to opportunity. Riders with qualifying incomes, along with organizations that distribute fare to people with low incomes, can take advantage of the following programs to get their transit fare at a lower cost or at no cost.

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Reduced Fare for Riders who Qualify Based on Income

If you need help with your transportation costs, you may be able to ride the bus or train for less. Riders with qualifying annual incomes may be eligible for Honored Citizen fares, which are half the price of Adult fares.

Fare Assistance Program

The Fare Assistance Program provides fares to eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations at a reduced cost.

Fare Relief Program

Grants of up to $25,000 in the form of fares are available to eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit and community-based organizations.

High School Pass Program

TriMet provides grants for youth transit passes to high schools in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties.