Senior citizens and people with disabilities readily use TriMet buses, MAX Light Rail, WES Commuter Rail and Portland Streetcar.
Learn how TriMet is accessible to:
If you need help, free travel training is available: TriMet's RideWise program helps seniors and people with disabilities learn how to use public transportation. More
"Honored Citizen" fares are discounted fares for senior citizens age 65 or older, people on Medicare and people with a mental or physical disability. Learn more and find out if you are eligible
Ride Connection provides door-to-door and shuttle services for seniors and people with disabilities. View Ride Connection's services by zip code
TriMet coordinates transportation for low-income Oregon Health Plan Plus members who need rides to medical appointments and have no other transportation options available. More
TriMet's LIFT paratransit service is for people who are not able to ride buses, MAX, WES or Streetcar due to a disability or disabling health condition. More
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