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METRO

If you live in Portland or Westbrook, use the convenient and affordable METRO bus to commute to work or, park your car at a Park ‘n Ride lot and catch the bus. Monthly passes are available in room 102 of Portland City Hall and at other convenient area locations. Call 774-0351

METRO also accepts Park & Shop stamps for a free ride home!

Park & Shop Program

Many retail and professional businesses in Portland participate in the Park & Shop program. Just bring your parking stub from any Park & Shop participating parking garage or lot and the businesses you visit will stamp your ticket.
Each stamp is good for 1 hour of free parking
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METRO also accepts Park & Shop stamps for a free ride home!

Parking Tips

Please lock your car and don’t leave valuables in sight.

Always park at least:

Please do not park on the grass.

GOMaine (formerly RideShare)
Carpool/Vanpool ride matching

Commuters in Cumberland and York County can call 1-800-280-RIDE to receive a free “match list” which is a list of neighbors who have similar commutes and want to share a ride. Ask about a guaranteed ride home!

Car Share
Drive by the hour, hourly cost includes gas, insurance and maintenance. Go to www.ucarshare.com for terms, rates and locations.  Car sharing lowers green house gas emissions, saves money and reduces parking demand.
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