TriMet is engaging in public outreach for its proposed 2013-14 budget, and will hold a public hearing next week. (Thankfully, TriMet has toned down the anti-union agitation somewhat in its latest publications). As previously noted–no new fare increases, some increases in service on some lines, and a re-routing of the 47 to serve Bethany and PCC-Rock Creek, rather than (mostly) duplicating the 48 through Ceder Hills and Cedar Mill. (47 is presently the only line that provides front-door service to the new Kaiser Westside hospital).
The reminder: Next week is our interview with Neil McFarlane, so if you have anything you want asked, post it on the relevant thread.