TriMet GM touts impact of new MAX line


The public construction project has provided $170 million to small businesses owned by people of color and women, according to the transit provider.

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The public construction project has provided $170 million to small businesses owned by people of color and women, according to the transit provider.

“When we committed to expanding our transit system with this project, we made a promise to maximize this investment for everyone in the community,” says TriMet General Manager Neil McFarlane. “We are delivering on that promise beyond just growing our transit system. This project has been an economic catalyst that has helped grow our economy and all communities along the way.”

Read more at the Portland Tribune.




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