The top stories RT&S was covering the week ending July 23.
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.
Despite a defeat at the ballot box, Portland officials are still saying yes to a proposed Southwest Corridor MAX line. Voters rejected Metro’s $5.2 billion regional funding measure in November, but Metro
TriMet’s major Steel Bridge MAX Improvements project is on track with two weeks remaining on its schedule. The revitalization effort—more ambitious and complex than past improvements projects—is a huge undertaking, requiring crews
Investigators try to piece together Metro Red Line train derailment. Quebec makes decision to construct rail bypass following fatal accident. More strength needed for Del Mar bluffs stabilization project. TriMet rail bridge
Yes, the bridge of steel has a kryptonite. It’s called time, and the 108-year-old Steel Bridge in Portland is losing the battle. Crews will begin a month-long rehabilitation project on the rail
TriMet’s budget adjustments due to COVID-19 pandemic focus on preserving service and jobs, ensuring safety
Editor’s Note: TriMet provides bus, light rail and commuter rail transit services in the Portland, Oregon, metro area. Like other transit agencies, TriMet has been dealing with a plethora of issues related
With COVID-19 tightening its grip in the U.S. and the economy suffering, Portland City Council Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty believes the pandemic is a death blow to a planned 12-mile MAX line