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A Portland-area transit agency and its bus manufacturer have agreed to pay $4 million to five plaintiffs to resolve lawsuits filed after a TriMet bus hit a group of pedestrians in 2010, killing two and injuring three others. TriMet said Monday that
Ore. (AP) The Oregon Transportation Department says its inspection of Portland regional transit agency TriMet's light rail system found no public safety concerns. Amalgamated Transit Union 757 had circulated photos of what it said were corroded and
Ore. (AP) A federal court now has the case of a lawyer barred for 30 days from Portland's mass transit system for speaking up when a fare inspector was telling a man to pipe down. Jennie Bricker says she was waiting on a MAX light-rail platform last
For years, much of the space in and around The Round at Beaverton Central has remained pretty much the same. Roughly the same handful of retail tenants occupy the complex's ground floor. There's the same half-finished plaza and un-landscaped parking
Mechanical problems have interrupted service for TriMet's WES Wilsonville-to-Beaverton commuter rail trains. TriMet officials said just before 7 a.m. that shuttle buses would be used instead of the trains for the final runs of the morning commute.
A 34-year-old man was arrested Friday night after shots were fired during a disturbance involving about 20 people in Southeast Portland. No one was injured, but a bullet apparently fired during the disturbance pierced the wall of a young girl's
The Westside Economic Alliance forum for April will feature TriMet General Manager Neil McFarlane at its upcoming event on Thursday, April 26, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Portland Community College Willow Creek Campus, 241 S.W...McFarlane will
For the 12th consecutive month, trips on TriMet buses and MAX light rail and West Side Express commuter rail trains increased in March. According to TriMet, more than 8.6 million trips were taken in March, with weekend trips up 5.5 percent, the
If there's a tide of public opposition to the city of Beaverton buying an office building at The Round at Beaverton Central, nary a drop of it flowed into Tuesday night's City Council meeting. In fact, the 30 or so minutes of public comment delivered
Two people were killed in single-car on Northeast 162nd Avenue Monday afternoon. They have been identified as the driver, 56-year-old Larry Gene Williams of North Portland, and a rear passenger, 32-year-old Latasha Simone Kinney of Southeast Portland.