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The Southwest Service Enhancement Plan is a future transit vision for Tigard, Tualatin, Sherwood, Lake Oswego, West Linn, Durham, King City, and Southwest Portland. We developed this new vision using population research, surveys, and outreach to the community. With the improving economy and the recent increase in the employer payroll tax (phased in over 10 years), our customers can look forward to steady implementation of many of the plan’s recommendations over the next decade.

Southwest Service Enhancement Plan: Final Report

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There's strong demand for more transit service connecting Southwest communities to jobs and educational opportunities across the region. With your help, our Southwest Service Enhancement Plan will identify:

  • near-term bus service improvements that can be made soon with modest cost
  • long-term bus service improvements to implement over time
  • partnerships with cities, the county and businesses to improve access to bus and light rail stops

Related Project:

Southwest Corridor Plan

Metro's Southwest Corridor Plan is currently studying options for a potential high-capacity transit service between Portland, Tigard and Tualatin, which would help relieve congestion and maintain livability in this fast-growing corridor.

Learn more about the project at »


Fall 2013: Public feedback and data collection

Spring 2014: Draft vision for bus service improvements

Summer/Fall 2014: Public feedback on draft vision

Late Fall 2014: Refine vision

Winter 2014/Sping 2015: Public feedback on refined vision

Spring 2015: Finalize vision


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