From I-5 South:
Take exit 294 for OR-99W toward Newberg/Tigard. Turn slight right at SW Barbur Blvd/OR-99W/SW Pacific Hwy, and continue to follow OR-99W/SW Pacific Hwy. Go 1.4 miles and turn left at SW Greenburg Rd/SW Main St.
From I-5 North:
Take exit 292A to merge onto OR-217 N toward Tigard/Beaverton. From 217, take exit 6 for OR-99W toward Tigard/McMinnville. Turn left at OR-99W/SW Pacific Hwy (signs for Tigard/McMinnville). Go about a half a mile and turn left at SW Greenburg Rd/SW Main St.
Westside Express Service (WES)
Commuters in Washington and Clackamas counties have a new alternative to I-5/Highway 217. You can travel from Wilsonville to Beaverton in only 27 minutes… on WES.
TriMet's WES (short for Westside Express Service) is a new commuter rail line serving Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin, and Wilsonville. WES runs every 30 minutes, Monday through Friday, during the morning and afternoon rush hour.
WES runs on weekdays every 30 minutes between 5:30 am and 9:15 am and again 3:30 pm to 8:00 pm. No service mid-day or on weekends.
To ride WES, you'll need a TriMet All-Zone fare ($2.30). You can purchase a ticket from the ticket vending machine at the station (debit/credit card only), or from neighborhood ticket outlets including Safeway, Fred Meyer, New Seasons, Thriftway, and Albertsons stores. TriMet fares are valid on all TriMet buses, MAX Light Rail, WES Commuter Rail, and Portland Streetcar.
To ride WES, you can connect with bus lines, park your car in one of the 100 Park & Ride spaces, or park your bike in one of the locker or rack spaces available at the Tigard Transit Center. WES connects with SMART Transit in Wilsonville; routes within the city of Wilsonville on SMART are free. However, there is a fare for the Salem Express that goes to and from Wilsonville and downtown Salem.
Tigard Transit Center Bus Service
The Tigard Transit Center is located Downtown at 8960 SW Commercial Street.
WES Commuter Rail
Fanno Creek Trail
64-Marquam Hill/Tigard Transit Center
Accessible to people with mobility devices
Bike parking available
Fanno Creek Trail is located downtown behind Tigard City Hall between Hall
Boulevard and Main Street. This natural area along a stretch of Fanno Creek
is a wonderful place to take a quiet walk, enjoy a picnic, view wildlife, and
let the hustle-bustle of urban life melt away. This floodplain area is a grassy,
wooded wetland that provides habitat for a variety of wildlife. Plans are under
consideration for the expansion of this park near the Tigard Library.
The trail through this park is a part of a larger trail network. The Fanno Creek
Greenway Trail has been in planning and implementation for years, and extends in
sections over 15 miles from the Tualatin River to Willamette Park in Portland.
Over half of the trail has been completed, utilizing a mixture of on-street and
off-street routing. The Fanno
Creek Park Master Plan helps fill in a missing
link in this greenway trail, extending the park beyond Hall Boulevard toward
its destination at the Tualatin.