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Beaverton Transit Center

Beaverton Transit Center

The Beaverton Transit Center is a light rail station on the MAX Blue and Red lines in Beaverton, Oregon, United States. It is the 6th stop westbound on the Westside MAX, and is also the western terminus of the MAX Red Line route. The station is also a hub for bus service around Beaverton and is connected by walkway to an adjacent shopping center.

History

Beaverton Transit Center originally opened on September 4 1988, as a bus-only transit center, replacing a set of basic bus stops approximately 1/4th mile to the south that were in use since 1979. Construction of the Westside MAX project began in 1994 to connect the transit center to light rail, with the MAX connection opening on September 12 1998, along with the rest of the line. A platform for the northern end of the Westside Express Service commuter rail line to Wilsonville is currently under construction and is scheduled to open in January 2009.

Bus line connections

This station is served by the following bus lines:

  • 20–Burnside/Stark
  • 52–Farmington/185th Ave
  • 53–Arctic/Allen
  • 54–Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy
  • 57–TV Hwy/Forest Grove
  • 58–Canyon Rd
  • 61–Marquam Hill/Beaverton
  • 67–Jenkins/158th Ave
  • 76–Beaverton/Tualatin
  • 78–Beaverton/Lake Oswego
  • 88–Hart/198th Ave

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