Design work on the Southwest Corridor Light Rail Project was paused in 2020 after voters rejected a local funding measure for multiple transportation improvements. In early 2022, Metro, TriMet and the Federal Transit Administration completed the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) and issued a Record of Decision (ROD) to ensure the project is eligible for future federal funding. See Metro’s project website to access to these documents.

Tigard & Tualatin:
Hall Boulevard Station

Sitting at the intersection of a dense mixed-use center and regional employment hub, Hall Boulevard Station is a critical node for the project. To emphasize bus and WES Commuter Rail transfers, the SW Commercial St transit corridor will be designed for pedestrian comfort and integrate the station into Downtown Tigard. Design elements include bus shelters, landscaping, pavement treatments and wayfinding. Similar pedestrian and bicycle improvements along SW Hall Blvd and SW Hunziker St will help continue to make Tigard one of the most walkable cities in the region.

68th Parkway to Bridgeport Transit Center map

68th Parkway Station to Bridgeport Transit Center


Conceptual rendering
Subject to change

Hall Station rendering

Station overview

Hall Boulevard station overview

Station features

Hall Boulevard Station features

Station cross section

Hall Boulevard Station cross section


Mobility and Connectivity

Mobility & Connectivity

  • Planned connections to WES Commuter Rail, Yamhill County Transit and TriMet bus lines 1, 37, 76, 78, 89, 93, 94, 97


  • Access to Historic Downtown Tigard and Tigard City Hall
  • Access to Red Rock Creek and Fanno Creek Trail


  • Enhanced street tree canopy and stormwater treatment along Hall Blvd
  • Preservation of flood plain and views to Knez wetland



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Project Partners

TriMet Metro ODOT Washington Couty City of Durham City of Portland City of Tigard City of Tualatin