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People who live or work within the Central Eastside Industrial Parking District can buy a Transportation Wallet for $99, or trade-in an eligible parking permit and receive one for free. People who qualify for TriMet's Low Income transit fare can apply for a free Golden Transportation Wallet.
The Frontline Worker Transportation Wallet is free for people who live or work in the Northwest Parking District AND who are also frontline workers who report to work away from home during the pandemic. Limited offer, while supplies last.
The Golden Transportation Wallet is free for people who qualify for TriMet's Low Income Transit Fare Assistance program and are either residents or employees in the Northwest or Central Eastside Parking Districts. One Transportation Wallet (of any kind) per person per calendar year.
Current permit holders in the Northwest (Zone M) and Central Eastside Parking Districts (Zones G and N) are eligible to trade in permit(s) for Transportation Wallet(s). Rules and restrictions apply.
Get answers to your questions about the Transportation Wallet.
People in the Northwest and Central Eastside Parking Districts are eligible to apply for a Transportation Wallet. There are several types of Transportation Wallets and different ways people can qualify. Detailed information below. One Transportation Wallet (of any kind) per person per calendar year.
A FREE Transportation Wallet for honored citizens and people living on low incomes in the Northwest and Central Eastside Parking Districts.
People who live or work within the Northwest Parking District are eligible to buy a Transportation Wallet for $99, or trade-in an eligible permit and receive one for free. Those who qualify for Honored Citizen and Low-Income transit fare can apply for a free Transportation Wallet.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Transportation Wallet.
Transportation Wallet Report
PBOT is partnering with seven community organizations to provide a package of transportation options incentives, known as the Transportation Wallet, for up to 500 residents in the participating housing developments.