A private collection of material focusing on the never ending joys of the Trimet industrial complex
I think that was some sort of maintenance shed (like the one of TriMet's that got demolished), but most of the PGE buildings are on the East side and I believe all still intact.The travesty here is all of the bits of parking TriMet has strewn all over the place. That land should be developed; not left as parking lots.
High-resolution version of the image:http://news.trimet.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/PMLR20140726BF128.jpgIt does appear that the PGE building was just for storage:https://maps.google.com/?z=18&layer=c&panoid=8rUVKSbGilkxDARsdF7idg&cbp=12,244.8,,0,8.71Though it was more substantial then TriMet's shed:https://maps.google.com/?layer=c&panoid=ndUAETy1n5riRmwJ0TYhaA&cbp=12,317.8,,0,1.38&z=18As for parking, some of it will be developed:http://trimet.org/pdfs/meetings/board/2014-2-26/Res_14-02-08.pdfBut they do have a brand new parking lot that's visible above the right side of the TriMet building.Also, note the bus only area at Center that would be the right turn lane, with traffic to turn in front of the bus.
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