TriMet transit centers are defined by TriMet as "major transit hub[s] served by several bus or rail lines".[1] These transit centers are often key areas for accessing public transportation throughout the extended Portland metropolitan area.

Current transit centers

Name City Location Year opened Image
Barbur Boulevard Transit Center Portland 9750 SW Barbur Blvd. 1977[2]
Barbur Blvd. Transit Center
Beaverton Transit Center (second location) Beaverton 4050 SW Lombard Ave. 1988
Beaverton Transit Center
Clackamas Town Center Transit Center (second location) Clackamas 9225 SE Sunnyside Rd. 2009
Clackamas Town Center Transit Center
Gateway/Northeast 99th Avenue Transit Center Portland 9900 NE Multnomah St. 1986
Gateway Transit Center - Portland, Oregon.JPG
Gresham Central Transit Center Gresham 350 NE 8th St. 1982[3]
Gresham TC bus portion, from west.jpg
Hillsboro Central/Southeast 3rd Avenue Transit Center
(commonly known simply as Hillsboro Transit Center,
the second TC with that name)
Hillsboro 333 SE Washington St. 1998
Hillsboro Central/Southeast 3rd Avenue Transit Center
Hollywood/Northeast 42nd Avenue Transit Center Portland 1410 NE 42nd Ave. 1986
Hollywood/Northeast 42nd Avenue Transit Center
Lake Oswego Transit Center Lake Oswego 4th St. and A Ave. 1984
Lake Oswego Transit Center
North Lombard Transit Center Portland N Interstate and Lombard 2004
North Lombard Transit Center
Oregon City Transit Center Oregon City 1035 Main St. 1991[4]
Oregon City Transit Center
Parkrose/Sumner Transit Center Portland 9481 NE Sandy Blvd. 2001
Parkrose/Sumner Transit Center
Portland Transit Mall Portland 5th and 6th Avenues in Downtown Portland 1977
Portland Transit Mall
Rose Quarter Transit Center
(originally called Coliseum TC)
Portland 47 NE Holladay St. 1986
Rose Quarter Transit Center
Sunset Transit Center Beaverton 10470 SW Barnes Rd. 1998
Sunset Transit Center
Tigard Transit Center Tigard 8960 SW Commercial St. 1988
Tigard Transit Center
Washington Square Transit Center Tigard 9585 SW Washington Square Rd. 1994
Washington Square Transit Center
Willow Creek/Southwest 185th Avenue Transit Center Hillsboro 395 SW 185th Ave. 1998
Willow Creek/Southwest 185th Avenue Transit Center

Former transit centers

Name City or community Location Year opened Year closed or
delisted as a TC
Image
Beaverton Transit Center
(first location)
Beaverton unnamed street south of Broadway and west of Lombard in central Beaverton 1979[5] 1988
The first Beaverton Transit Center
Burlingame Transit Center Portland SW Bertha Blvd. and Barbur Blvd.[6][7] 1984 2001
Cedar Hills Transit Center Cedar Hills SW Wilshire Street east of Marlow Street[8] (behind Cedar Hills Shopping Center) 1979[5] 1998
Cedar Hills Transit Center
Clackamas Town Center Transit Center (first location) Clackamas SE Monterrey Avenue,[9] north side of Clackamas Town Center mall[10] 1981 2006
The first Clackamas Town Center TC
Hillsboro Transit Center (first location) Hillsboro SW Baseline Street east of Dennis Avenue[11] 1988[12] 1996
The first Hillsboro Transit Center
Milwaukie Transit Center Milwaukie Jackson Street and 21st Avenue[9][13] 1981[14] 2010
Rockwood Transit Center Gresham SE 188th Avenue between Burnside Street and Stark Street,[15]
at Rockwood/E 188th Ave. MAX station
1986 2010
Rockwood Transit Center

Note: Rose Quarter Transit Center was originally named Coliseum Transit Center. It was renamed in 1994, but the location remained the same, and the facilities did not change at that time.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Transit Centers". trimet.org. TriMet. Retrieved July 27, 2010.
  2. ^ "Transit station to open Monday". The Sunday Oregonian, August 14, 1977, p. D1.
  3. ^ "Tri-Met hails bus line successes". The Oregonian, January 27, 1982, p. B4
  4. ^ "Of returning poets ..." (regarding plaque honoring poet Edwin Markham at new Oregon City TC, opening Feb. 24). The Oregonian, January 31, 1991, "South Zoner" section, p. 2.
  5. ^ a b Bodine, Harry (June 19, 1979). "Tri-Met west side transfers pass muster". The Oregonian, p. B4.
  6. ^ "Burlingame Transit Center [with map]". TriMet. 2000. Archived from the original on December 9, 2000. Retrieved December 3, 2012.
  7. ^ "Transit Centers". TriMet. 2000. Archived from the original on June 9, 2000. Retrieved December 3, 2012.
  8. ^ "Cedar Hills Transit Center". TriMet. December 15, 1997. Archived from the original on January 22, 1998. Retrieved May 10, 2020.
  9. ^ a b "Transit Centers". TriMet. 2003. Archived from the original on December 12, 2003. Retrieved December 3, 2012.
  10. ^ "Clackamas Town Center Transit Center [with map]". TriMet. 2002. Archived from the original on April 9, 2002. Retrieved December 3, 2012.
  11. ^ "Work moves ahead at Hillsboro Tri-Met center" (September 10, 1987). The Oregonian (West Metro edition), p. MW4.
  12. ^ Steineger, Melissa (March 24, 1988). "Hillsboro could get bill for $40,000 in dispute over transit project". The Oregonian (West Metro edition), p. MW1.
  13. ^ "Milwaukie Transit Center [with map]". TriMet. 2000. Archived from the original on August 23, 2000. Retrieved December 3, 2012.
  14. ^ Oliver, Gordon (June 14, 1981). "Two new [bus] lines begin Milwaukie service". The Oregonian (Clackamas County edition), p. B2.
  15. ^ "Rockwood Transit Center [with map]". TriMet. 2000. Archived from the original on June 8, 2000. Retrieved December 3, 2012.