Carrying Bikes on Transit
Bikes on Transit: Around Portland
Bringing your bike aboard Tri-Met buses, streetcars, and the light rail trains is a fast & easy way to get around the Portland region. Just pay the regular fare, and bring your bike aboard the MAX or Streetcar, or put it on the front rack of any Tri-Met bus. NO permit is needed & there are NO time restrictions
There are just a few things to know how to bring your bike along on the bus, streetcar, or light rail --- get all the information here. For maps & schedules of the Tri-Met (Portland area) transit system, click here.
Bikes on Transit: Getting Beyond the Portland Metro area
Want to take your bike to Vancouver, Mt Hood, the Wine Country or the Columbia Gorge? There are many transit agencies that serve Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington and carry bicycles.
See this map for service areas, schedules & additional information.
The AMTRAK Cascades runs between Eugene and Vancouver, B.C. and carries bikes for a $5 surcharge, no boxing or special preparation necessary.