TriMet’s ongoing efforts to rejuvenate and improve the MAX system in the Portland, Ore., area will continue in September and require closures of I-84 and a small section of the MAX Blue Line.
One critical piece of a bigger puzzle will be put into place during an upcoming disruption on TriMet’s MAX Red Line from April 2 through April 9.
Two separate maintenance projects are scheduled to take place near the Moda Center in the days and weeks ahead, with TriMet crews scheduled to work during the overnight hours to maintain reliability across the MAX system.
TriMet General Manager Sam Desue Jr. has promoted Andrew Wilson to Executive Director of the Safety and Security Division.
TriMet’s Lloyd MAX Improvements project finished a series of important upgrades to the MAX system following a two-week disruption just east of Lloyd Center/NE 11th Ave.
TriMet’s Lloyd MAX Improvements project begins this weekend, resulting in disrupted service to MAX Blue, Green and Red lines
Tyler Graf, with TriMet, reports on Lloyd MAX Improvements project that begins this weekend.
FTA, TriMet and partners officially break ground on ‘A Better Red’ MAX extension and improvement project
TriMet and partners are moving forward with “A Better Red.”
The U.S. DOT’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announced a construction grant award of $99.9 million to the Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon (TriMet) for “A Better Red,” the MAX Red Line Extension and Reliability Improvements Project in the Portland metro area.
Tyler Graf, with TriMet, reports on weekend construction on the MAX Red Line.
Called “A Better Red,” Portland’s TriMet is getting ready to make better use out of plans to extend the Red Line that have been in the works for years.
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TriMet launched a pilot project in July to get a new view of track infrastructure and help in the assessment of maintenance needs.
TriMet’s spring project has put some green rail on the MAX system in northeast Portland.
TriMet’s MAX Blue Line Improvements project is underway now through May 23, 2021.
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