Consistently ranked as one of the best cities
in the nation for public transportation.

Leave your car behind and enjoy the journey: Portland’s extensive transit network makes it easy to get just about anywhere you need to go. And right in the middle of this award-winning system is Go Lloyd, creating more options and better results for you.

 

transit tracker program

Where are you headed? Looking for real-time arrivals at nearby transit stops? Contact us to get a FREE transit tracker in your building today.

Learn more and order yours here.

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TRANSIT PARTNERS

We work closely with regional transit agencies to ensure fast, easy, and convenient service for you. For more information on our partners, use the links below.

Trimet provides bus and rail transportation in Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas Counties.

C-Tran provides bus service in Clark County, Washington, and between Clark County and Portland.

Portland Streetcar provides rail service in Portland’s Central City.

 

Universal Pass Program

We can make riding transit easier and, in some cases, cheaper. Use the links below to find out what we can do for you. Universal Pass is an employer-based program offering steeply discounted annual transit passes.

Transit Fares

Employees and employers can save money by using pre-tax payroll deductions to pay for transit fares. Anyone can buy tickets at our store. We sell HOP Card Fastpasses and HOP Enabled tickets for TriMet, and tickets and passes for C-TRAN and Portland Streetcar. We accept cash, checks, and credit or debit cards, including federal transit benefit cards. Not sure what to buy or how to ride? Our friendly staff is here to help you. Check out our store.

ROUTE YOUR WAY TO LLOYD

With four light-rail lines, Streetcar, and multiple bus routes, Lloyd has some of the best transit access in the city. Click on the routes below for schedules and maps. 

BIKES + TRANSIT

Want to commute by bike but worry that it’s too far? Combining bikes and transit might be the solution.  All TriMet and C-TRAN buses are equipped with racks that hold two bikes, and MAX trains have space for four bikes per car. WES Commuter Rail allows bikes as well. For more information, use the links below: