TriMet Vaccine Update

This is from TriMet:

You are considered a frontline transit worker and are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine as of April 5, 2021. Frontline workers are employees whose work-related duties must be performed onsite and include being in close proximity (less than 6 ft.) to the public or coworkers.

Here is what you need to do:

  • Go to and sign up for an account and to get vaccine availability notifications. They will let you know how to get a vaccine. Do this even if you signed up through the TriMet form. 
  • An onsite vaccine clinic for TriMet frontline workers is being coordinated, but will not be ready until later this month. Please check your TriMet email for more information as it becomes available.
  • You will need to take your regular day off or personal time to get your vaccine.
  • If you have already been vaccinated, please let TriMet know by going to the vaccine portal and filling out a quick form. Link for the vaccine portal is on TriNET.
By | 2021-03-31T10:43:46-07:00 March 31st, 2021|ATU 757, TriMet Bus, TriMet Rail|