Beaverton Transit Center

Beaverton Transit Center


Beaverton Transit Center

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The Beaverton Transit Center is a bus station, light rail and commuter rail station in Beaverton, Oregon, USA. It serves MAX Light Rail, being the 6th stop westbound on the Westside MAX. It serves the Blue Line, and serves as the western terminus for the Red Line. It also serves as the northern terminus of the Westside Express Service. The station is also a hub for numerous bus lines around Beaverton and is connected by walkway to an adjacent shopping center.


The first Beaverton Transit Center opened in June 1979 at a different location from the current facility, about to the south; there were timed transfer connections among the several bus routes serving it.

The current Beaverton Transit Center opened on September 4, 1988, replacing the original one and still being a bus-only transit center. Construction of the Westside MAX project began in 1994 to connect the transit center to light rail, and the MAX station at Beaverton TC opened on September 12, 1998, at the same time as the rest of the Westside MAX line. Ten years later, a platform the Westside Express Service (WES) commuter rail line to Wilsonville was constructed, at the northern end of the station, coming into use on January 31, 2009.

Bus line connections

This station is served by the following bus lines:
  • 20 - Burnside/Stark
  • 52 - Farmington/185th Ave
  • 53 - Arctic/Allen
  • 54 -......
  • ...

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