End Of An Era.
September 1 marks the day that TriMet in Portland finally removed its much-loved Free Rail Zone. At the same time, it also moved away from a zone-based fare system altogether, now using a $2.50 “go-anywhere” fare.
So I thought it appropriate to update my Unified Rail Map of Portland to reflect these changes, as well as anticipate the opening of the Central Loop streetcar line through the inner eastside to OMSI on September 22. There are two versions of the map - one showing lines under construction, the other just the existing lines.
More information on my design blog, or 4000px-wide versions over on Flickr - click here for the current lines only, or here for the lines under construction. As always, comments and reblogs are welcome! End Of An Era.
September 1 marks the day that TriMet in Portland finally removed its much-loved Free Rail Zone. At the same time, it also moved away from a zone-based fare system altogether, now using a $2.50 “go-anywhere” fare.
So I thought it appropriate to update my Unified Rail Map of Portland to reflect these changes, as well as anticipate the opening of the Central Loop streetcar line through the inner eastside to OMSI on September 22. There are two versions of the map - one showing lines under construction, the other just the existing lines.
More information on my design blog, or 4000px-wide versions over on Flickr - click here for the current lines only, or here for the lines under construction. As always, comments and reblogs are welcome! End Of An Era.
September 1 marks the day that TriMet in Portland finally removed its much-loved Free Rail Zone. At the same time, it also moved away from a zone-based fare system altogether, now using a $2.50 “go-anywhere” fare.
So I thought it appropriate to update my Unified Rail Map of Portland to reflect these changes, as well as anticipate the opening of the Central Loop streetcar line through the inner eastside to OMSI on September 22. There are two versions of the map - one showing lines under construction, the other just the existing lines.
More information on my design blog, or 4000px-wide versions over on Flickr - click here for the current lines only, or here for the lines under construction. As always, comments and reblogs are welcome! End Of An Era.
September 1 marks the day that TriMet in Portland finally removed its much-loved Free Rail Zone. At the same time, it also moved away from a zone-based fare system altogether, now using a $2.50 “go-anywhere” fare.
So I thought it appropriate to update my Unified Rail Map of Portland to reflect these changes, as well as anticipate the opening of the Central Loop streetcar line through the inner eastside to OMSI on September 22. There are two versions of the map - one showing lines under construction, the other just the existing lines.
More information on my design blog, or 4000px-wide versions over on Flickr - click here for the current lines only, or here for the lines under construction. As always, comments and reblogs are welcome!

End Of An Era.

September 1 marks the day that TriMet in Portland finally removed its much-loved Free Rail Zone. At the same time, it also moved away from a zone-based fare system altogether, now using a $2.50 “go-anywhere” fare.

So I thought it appropriate to update my Unified Rail Map of Portland to reflect these changes, as well as anticipate the opening of the Central Loop streetcar line through the inner eastside to OMSI on September 22. There are two versions of the map - one showing lines under construction, the other just the existing lines.

More information on my design blog, or 4000px-wide versions over on Flickr - click here for the current lines only, or here for the lines under construction. As always, comments and reblogs are welcome!

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    Portland no longer has a free rail zone…. :/
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