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Transportation Wallet: Parking Districts

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Residents and employees in the Central Eastside and Northwest Parking Districts are eligible to purchase a Transportation Wallet or trade in a parking permit in exchange for one.

The form will take 5-10 minutes to complete.

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The Transportation Wallet (in parking districts) is a collection of passes and credits for use on TriMet buses and MAX, Portland Streetcar, BIKETOWN bike-share, and with the current e-scooter vendors operating in Portland. The program is available to people who live or work* in the Central Eastside and Northwest Parking Districts.

(*Work includes attending school, volunteering, regular use of a coworking space, and/or receiving employment services in either District). 

2024 Transportation Wallet Offer
Description of what is included in a 2024 Transportation Wallet.

The 2024 Transportation Wallet is a one-time benefit per calendar year.

For only $99 it comes with:  

  • $200 TriMet Hop card
  • Annual Portland Streetcar Pass
  • $99 BIKETOWN bike-share credit
  • $30 in e-scooter credits 

This entire package is valued at over $750!

If you choose to trade in your Zone M, G, or N Area Parking Permit you are eligible to apply for a free Transportation Wallet.


Check your eligibility

The address you provide must be a qualifying address that falls within the Northwest or Central Eastside Parking District boundaries (no exceptions). We will mail your package to this address, with the exception of people currently working from home.

Check your eligibility using the address look-up finder below (optional). Type in an address and hit enter. A message will appear below and let you know if you qualify. 

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Income qualified-program

Do you live on a low-income or participate in any income assistance programs as a resident or employee of the Central Eastside or Northwest Parking Districts? If so, you are eligible to apply for a FREE Transportation Wallet: Access for All. 

People who qualify in these parking districts can choose from the following three options: 

Option 1: TriMet Honored Citizen 1-year pass (For individuals) 

Option 1 is a TriMet Honored Citizen 1-year pass

This option is available for income-qualified Access for All participants who either already have an Honored Citizen Hop card or plan to apply for TriMet’s reduced-fare Honored Citizen Hop card. People who qualify include:

  • Income qualified seniors 65 years or older
  • Income qualified people with a disability
  • Income qualified veterans or active duty military
  • People who qualify solely based on income

To get your Honored Citizen Hop card and to learn more about reduced fare options, visit TriMet's website. 


Option 2: All Modes (For individuals)

Transportation Wallet: Option 2

This option includes: 

  • $200 loaded to your TriMet Hop card 
  • BIKETOWN for All Membership or Adaptive BIKETOWN access
  • $75 prepaid Visa card for transportation services

Option 3: All Modes (For households) 

Option 3 includes a $225-$300 for use on TriMet depending on household size, BIKETOWN for All membership, and $100-$175 on a prepaid Visa card depending on household size for transportation services

This option includes 

  • $225-$300* loaded onto TriMet Hop cards  
  • BIKETOWN for All Membership or Adaptive BIKETOWN access
  • $100-$175* on a prepaid Visa card for transportation services

 *Depending on household size


Select your Wallet and Sign up

After you confirm your geographic eligibility, choose your Wallet type. 

  • You can purchase a Wallet for $99
    Purchase a Wallet
     
  • Receive one for FREE if you area resident wanting to trade in a parking permit (Zones G, N, or M) 
    Permit trade Wallet
     
  • Receive one for FREE as an income-qualified resident or employee in the Central Eastside and Northwest Parking Districts. The program is called Transportation Wallet: Access for All. 
    Access for All Wallet
     
  • Receive one for FREE as a New Resident to the Northwest Parking District who doesn't apply for a parking permit. 
    New Resident in Northwest Wallet
     
  • Employers wanting to trade in eligible parking permits (Zones G, N, or M) can apply at portland.gov/zoneparking. Scroll midway down the page to search for "Business Employee Roster and Transportation Wallet Form" under your parking district zone. 

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Transportation Wallet: Northwest Parking District

Transportation Wallet: Central Eastside Parking District