COVID-19 Update, Holiday service schedule for Memorial Day

COVID-19 Update

Updated: 3:59pm, Fri. May. 15, 2020

Face coverings are required when using transit starting Wednesday, May 20. More

Holiday service schedule for Memorial Day

Updated: 12:50pm, Sat. May. 23, 2020

On Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, buses and MAX will run on Sunday schedules. WES Commuter Rail will not be in service. TriMet Ticket Office will be closed and Customer Service will be available between 7:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m. via text message and Twitter.

Commuters exiting WES

Washington County Commuter Rail Project

Opened on February 2, 2009, WES Commuter Rail connects Beaverton to Wilsonville.

WES Commuter Rail
Beaverton/Wilsonville

  • Opened: February 2, 2009
  • Length: 14.7 miles
  • Stations: 5
  • Construction: October 2006–September 2008
  • Cost: $161 million

WES at the Tualatin station WES at the Tualatin station

Highlights

  • Connects Beaverton and Wilsonville andconnects to MAX Light Rail in Beaverton
  • Oregon’s first commuter rail line
  • One of the few suburb-to-suburb commuter rail lines in the nation
  • Connects with other transit systems: CAT (Canby), Cherriots (Salem–Keizer) and SMART (Wilsonville)
  • Built in partnership with Washington County, Oregon Department of Transportation, Metro and the cities of Wilsonville, Tualatin, Tigard and Beaverton
  • The Federal Transit Administration approved a Full Funding Grant Agreement for the base project and agreed that other elements would be covered by a Local Options budget shared equally between TriMet and Washington County