TriMet affirms police won’t check fares, seeks to protect drivers
The Portland area's largest transit agency adopted key code changes, including one aimed at punishing anyone who propels bodily fluids at employees and another requiring police to get permission to conduct fare checks on transit.
After Days Of Heat-Related Delays, TriMet Charges To Ride Again
Earlier this week the Portland-area transit agency waived fares because of delays caused by extreme heat. Trains are still slow today due to higher-than-normal temperatures, but you must pay to ride.
TriMet Report: Majority Of Transit Crimes Occur On Rail System
A new report from TriMet says more than 1,200 crimes were reported out of nearly 99 million rides during 2016.
$5.3B Transportation Bill Heads To Oregon Governor
A $5.3 billion transportation bill aimed at improving Oregon's roads, bridges and transit wins final approval in Legislature.
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