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May 18, 2010

TriMet breaks ground on new MAX light rail station

The station will cost $3 million, with funding provided from Metro and the FTA. The city of Gresham will contribute $600,000 for a future plaza adjacent to the MAX station.


April 29, 2010

TriMet taps new GM

Neil McFarlane, is currently TriMet's Executive Director for Capital Projects, a position he has held since 1998. In this role, he led the development, design and construction of TriMet's capital facilities, including the Portland Mall MAX extensions.


March 18, 2010

TriMet GM to step down

Fred Hansen, 63, said the agency's economic troubles, which have chipped away at his aggressive expansion of high-frequency bus service, had nothing to do with his decision.


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