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Washington County Commuter Rail Project


Station Locations

Along the Commuter Rail line

Proposed MAX station map
Station map

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The new commuter rail line from Wilsonville to Beaverton will serve five stations. Riders will have access to about 700 Park & Ride spaces at four of the stations.

Beaverton Transit Center Station (4050 SW Lombard Ave.) will connect with 11 TriMet bus lines and MAX Blue and Red lines serving the Beaverton to Hillsboro corridor, downtown Portland and Portland International Airport. A short section of new track will be constructed in Lombard Avenue between Farmington Road and Beaverton TC at the same time planned street improvements will be made.

Hall/Nimbus Station (behind Cascade Plaza at SW Hall and SW Cascade boulevards) is within walking distance of the Washington Square Mall. It will have about 50 Park & Ride spaces and connect to local TriMet bus lines.

Tigard Transit Center Station (8960 SW Commercial St.), located in downtown Tigard, will provide about 100 Park & Ride spaces and connect with five TriMet bus lines.

Tualatin Station (18955 SW Boones Ferry Rd.) will have about 130 Park & Ride spaces and 24 additional spaces in a nearby lot and connect to local TriMet bus service.

Wilsonville Station (9699 SW Barber St.) will have about 400 Park & Ride spaces and connect with SMART buses serving residential and employment areas.

Service Statistics

Frequency

  • Weekdays every 30 minutes during morning and afternoon commute hours

Travel Time

  • 27 minutes between Beaverton Transit Center and Wilsonville

Train speeds

  • 37 mph on average, with a top speed of over 60 mph

Average daily ridership

  • An estimated 3,000 to 4,000 trips by 2020, with half of the riders new to transit

 

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