We’re considering increasing fares in 2024, and we want your feedback. While the costs of other community services have gone up, TriMet Adult fares have stayed the same over the last decade. 
 
Here's what we're proposing:

Fare Type
Proposed Changes
Adult 2½-Hour Ticket
Increase 30 cents from $2.50 to $2.80
Adult 1-Day Pass
Increase 60 cents from $5 to $5.60
Honored Citizen 2½-Hour Ticket Increase 15 cents from $1.25 to $1.40
Honored Citizen 1-Day Pass
Increase 30 cents from $2.50 to $2.80
Youth 2½-Hour Ticket
Increase 15 cents from $1.25 to $1.40
Youth 1-Day Pass
Increase 30 cents from $2.50 to $2.80
LIFT Paratransit single ride Increase 30 cents from $2.50 to $2.80

Month Pass and Annual Pass prices would not change.

 
If approved, the new fares would take effect January 1, 2024. You can learn more about the proposal and the timeline at trimet.org/fareproposal.
 
How would this proposed increase affect you? Let us know what you think by completing the short survey below.

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* 1. TriMet currently offers a reduced fare for seniors, youth, people with disabilities and people living on a low income that provides unlimited rides for $28/month (72% off the standard Adult fare).

Before today were you aware of TriMet’s reduced fares?

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* 2. Since 2015, TriMet has provided over $12 million in free fares to community-based organizations throughout the metro area to distribute to people in need.

Before today were you aware of TriMet’s free and low-cost fare programs for nonprofits and community-based organizations?

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* 3. How would the proposed fare increase (described above) affect you?

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