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Get in the Selfie Loop contest and stop at Hassalo on Eighth on Sept. 12 when the Orange Line Opens. One lucky contest winner will get a trip for two to Waikiki!

Portland Streetcar will have new A/B Loop routes (previously Central Loop) opening mid-September. Schedules to change, August 30.

Walk This Way: Tour of Olympic Mills Commerce Center,  September  18, 11:50 AM-1 PM. Meet at Streetcar stop #13611 on NE 7th between Holladay and  Multnomah at 11:50 PM.

Walktober! The Lloyd District: Then and Now.
 

Trimet is proposing to increase Honored Citizen tickets from $1 to $1.25 and monthly passes from $26 to $28, effective September 1, 2015.

Our store is now open Monday through Friday, 11am to 4pm.

Report graffiti in the district.

Check out the results of the Go Lloyd/EcoDistrict/LDCA Resident Survey.
 

Watch this video about the Go Lloyd story.

Visit our Inspiration Stations and submit your original work for display

Report Lloyd District Issues/Concerns

for employers

In addition to the many programs the TMA offers to the end user - the employee, there are a couple of employer-based programs that require a more top down approach...

Universal Pass is an enormously successful annual transit pass program that requires employers to purchase transit passes for all of their 'qualified' employees allowing the company to purchase the passes at a reduced rate.

Transportation Coordinators (TCs) are employees appointed by their manager to serve as an internal resource for transportation information.  TCs relay transportation related information, such as streetcar construction updates, as well as information about Lloyd TMA programs,  to the employees at their business.  They also act as a conduit of information to the TMA and TriMet on common employee concerns and needs.  View the Transportation Coordinators Handbook or contact the TMA at 503-236-6441 for more information.  

Transportation Advocacy is an important role we play for our member businesses and district property owners.  We bring together local partners and stakeholders so that district improvements and projects are and remain prioritized.

Emergency Ride Home is a program that provides transportation vouchers (cab fare) to employers who offer a subsidy to their employees for using alternative commute modes -- transit, rideshare, bicycle, walking, etc. 

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