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Oregon City Transit Center

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Oregon City Transit Center

Oregon City Transit Center
Bus transit center
Station statistics
Address 1035 Main Street[1]
Coordinates
Other information
Opened 1991[2]
Accessible Handicapped/disabled access
Owned by TriMet

The Oregon City Transit Center is a TriMet transit center located at McLoughlin Blvd. and 11th Street in Oregon City, Oregon.[1] The northwest end of the center is at McLoughlin Blvd. and the southeast end is at Main Street, while Moss Street and 11th Street run through the center[1] and are restricted to buses only.

TriMet bus lines

The following bus routes serve the transit center:

  • 32-Oatfield
  • 33-McLoughlin
  • 34-River Rd
  • 35-Macadam/Greeley
  • 79-Clackamas/Oregon City
  • 99-McLoughlin Express
  • 154-Willamette
The "Coffee Stop" concession stand at the TC

Other bus connections

The center is also served by:


See also

References

  1. ^ a b c "Transit Centers [pop-up window for Oregon City Transit Center at this page]".  
  2. ^ "Of returning poets ..." (regarding plaque honoring poet Edwin Markham at new Oregon City TC, opening Feb. 24). The Oregonian, January 31, 1991, "South Zoner" section, p. 2.
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