On the TriMet bus system, which covers the city and its suburbs thoroughly, you’ll find low fares, friendly drivers and full wheelchair accessibility. Most buses are now equipped with bike racks, making mass transit is more user-friendly for the cycling set.
In summer 2013, TriMet buses became more accessible than ever with the new mobile ticketing app for Android and iPhone, allowing riders to buy tickets and passes in advance and without having to carry cash.
4 – Division/Fessenden
Clinton/Division neighborhood, Mississippi Avenue
9 – Broadway
Lloyd District, Alberta Arts District
14 – Hawthorne
Hawthorne Boulevard, Mt. Tabor Park
15 – Belmont/NW 23rd
Belmont Street, Northwest Portland, Providence Park
19 – Woodstock
20 – Burnside
Central Eastside, “Restaurant Row”
63 – Washington Park
International Rose Test Garden, Japanese Garden, Oregon Zoo, Portland Children’s Museum, World Forestry Center Discovery Museum, Hoyt Arboretum
83 -Washington Park Loop
The Washington Park Loop stops at all the park’s major attractions, as well as the Washington Park MAX Station (served by the Blue and Red MAX lines and Bus 63). From Memorial Day to Labor Day, the bus comes every 25 minutes from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. daily. Between Labor Day and Oct. 31, and between May 1 and Memorial Day, it runs on weekends only. For summer 2014, this bus line is free for passengers.