Getting Around Town
The Tualatin Employment Shuttle is a FREE commuter service for employees traveling between TriMet’s WES station and local employers in Tualatin. The service is comfortable, safe, and easy to use. Shuttle drivers are friendly, knowledgeable, and experienced. The shuttles are ADA compliant and have capacity for 2 bicycles on each vehicle to meet your transportation needs. For route information, please visit Ride Connection’s website at: http://www.rideconnection.org/ride/Services/TualatinShuttle.aspx
The Tualatin Employment Shuttle has been in operation since 1997. Established and operated by the Chamber of Commerce for 17 years, a new partnership was formed in October 2014 with Ride Connection.
TriMet Bus Service
Tualatin is served by Tri-Met lines 36, 37, 38, 76, and 96. Each line has a separate information number:
- Line 36 – 503.231.3236
- Line 37 – 503.231.3237
- Line 38 – 503.231.3238
- Line 76 – 503.231.3276
- Line 96 – 503.231.3296
There are special senior and disabled services available. Call 503.238.4952 or TDD 503.238.5811 between 7:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. weekdays. Park and Ride Lots are located at the NE corner of SW Sagert and SW Martinazzi Ave and the corner of SW Lower Boones Ferry and SW 72nd Ave.
WES Commuter Rail
It is also served by public transport with light rail linking it with Beaverton and then Portland, and bus services to downtown Portland. The WES commuter rail links Tualatin to the TriMet system, weekday mornings and afternoons. In addition the Tualatin Chamber provides shuttle service from TriMet and WES to area employers. The Tualatin Shuttle “Dial-A-Ride program is described on the left.
Over 3.5 million people live within a one hour drive of Tualatin. The city is within 30 minutes of Portland International Airport and 15-20 minutes of downtown Portland. The city is well served by freeways and highways, and is at the junction of I-5 and Highway 205