Bring it on! (Well, maybe with a few exceptions…) We want everyone’s ride to be as safe and comfortable as possible. Here’s what you can and can’t bring on board buses and trains:
Sorry... no wagons, please. We have to keep the aisle and doorway clear so people can get on and off.
Wheeled carts and totes
We allow two- or four-wheeled shopping carts, but they can’t be more than 18 inches wide or more than 30 inches tall (excluding wheels and handles).
We strongly recommend using a folding “umbrella” style stroller. As you can imagine, large and double-wide strollers just aren’t practical on buses and trains. Please make sure your stroller doesn’t block the aisle or doorway. Learn more about bringing a stroller on TriMet
Luggage, bags, backpacks and packages
You can bring bags and packages on board, but make sure they don't block the aisle or doorway. If you’re using a second seat to hold your stuff, please be considerate of other riders who might need to sit down.
The ramps on buses can hold a wheelchair or scooter up to 30 inches wide and 48 inches long, weighing up to 600 pounds when occupied.
You can bring a Segway on board only when used as a mobility device due to a disability. However, it must be turned off when boarding, riding and exiting the vehicle.
Only single-seat bikes, folding bikes, and recumbents the size of a standard bike are allowed on board. Folding bikes are allowed inside buses. Learn more about bringing a bike on TriMet
Food and drinks
Eating is not allowed on TriMet, but you can bring food and drinks on board in closed containers.
Unless it’s a service animal, your pet must be kept in a secure, enclosed carrier.