The Timbers are partnering with TriMet to provide matchday transportation in 2024. Matchday tickets to all Timbers matches in 2024 will serve as tickets to ride to the stadium.
PORTLAND, Ore. – The Portland Timbers are partnering with TriMet to provide matchday transportation in 2024. Matchday tickets to all Timbers matches in 2024 will serve as tickets to ride to the stadium.
“We are excited to be partnering with TriMet on this innovative new program that will offer our fans a seamless and environmentally friendly transportation option for matches next year,” said Timbers CEO Heather Davis.
For the 2024 season, fans will be able to show their match day ticket as proof of fare to ride TriMet buses and MAX trains to and from Providence Park starting three hours before a match through three hours after it ends. TriMet’s MAX Blue and Red lines, as well as four bus lines, stop in convenient locations near the stadium. Users can plan their trip to Providence Park at trimet.org with an interactive map displaying all available lines and routes.
“Every time a person chooses a shared ride on transit over driving alone, it’s a win for our environment, and this partnership between TriMet and the Timbers will be a win for fans as well,” said TriMet Public Affairs Executive Director JC Vannatta. “There’s no easier way to get to Providence Park than on board TriMet.”
TriMet provides bus, light rail and commuter rail service in the Portland, Oregon, region. TriMet’s transportation options connect people with their community, while easing traffic congestion and reducing air pollution — making our region a better place to live.