We make improvements to trimet.org based in large part on feedback from our riders. The new trimet.org modernizes the transit experience and brings together many of the features riders have requested most — such as an interactive map with vehicle locations, time-saving GPS-enabled features, a better search tool, and the ability to “look ahead” to see where a particular bus or train is headed.
We designed it to not only solve for riders’ top tasks but to minimize the time and effort required to complete them. And with most riders accessing trimet.org on their phones, this update better supports the many riders who are looking for transit info on-the-go.
Looking ahead, we plan to release updates to the website every few months. These updates may include fixes, usability improvements or new trip-planning features.
We love hearing feedback about what’s working well and how we can make trimet.org better. We invite you to share your comments and ideas online or contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Twitter at @trimethelp, or by calling or texting 503-238-7433.