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New bus line, Line 42-Denney/Hall, kicks off on Monday, following a ribbon-cutting at Tigard Transit Station.

FILE PHOTO - TriMet has announced spring improvements to its newest bus line, Line 42-Denney/Hall, which will benefit both Tigard and Beaverton riders.
TriMet has announced spring improvements to its newest bus line, which is expected to benefit Beaverton and Tigard residents alike.

The new line, Line 42-Denney/Hall will bring new connections to three of Washington County's transit hubs, according to Tia York, public information officer in TriMet Public Affairs.

"It will also provide a new, less congested and reliable route to employment, shopping and entertainment throughout the region," she said.

To roll out the service, a ribbon-cutting and media event is set for Monday, March 5, at 6 a.m. at the Tigard Transit Center. That's before service begins that morning. Tigard Mayor John Cook is among the speakers along with Washington County Commissioners, Metro Councilors, and state lawmakers.

The new service will include:

A new connection to the Tigard Transit Center – with transfers to bus lines and WES Commuter Rail

A new connection to the Beaverton Transit Center – with transfers to bus lines, MAX Blue and Red lines and WES Commuter Rail

More access to Washington Square Mall and the Washington Square Transit Center

New service (where it did not previously exist) on Denney Road and Hall Boulevard.

A direct route to Vose Elementary School along with social and medical services and grocery shopping

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