TriMet, originally known as Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon (and coloquially Tri-Met), provides bus, light rail and commuter rail service in the Portland, Oregon, region. Created in 1969 by the Oregon legislature, the district replaced five private bus companies that operated in the three counties; Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas. TriMet provides the region's bus system, as well as LIFT paratransit service. There are 688 buses in TriMet's fleet that operate on 85 lines. TriMet started operating a light rail system named MAX in 1986, which has since been expanded to 5 lines, as well as a commuter rail line that began in 2009. It also provides the operators and maintenance personnel for the City of Portland-owned Portland Streetcar system. Since inception, DDOT has operated 46 GILLIG-built buses.
How To Operate Menu: First select the model variation you wish to view, then select the fleet model and click the "ENTER GALLERY" button. If you make a error or wish to start over, just click the "RESET CHOICE" button.