(in no particular order...)
#1: Highway 99W outbound, south of Tualatin River bridge - there are two very large apartment complexes just across the highway, but to get from this bus stop to the apartments requires sprinting across four lanes of a divided, high speed highway with no safe crossing anywhere nearby.
#2: Barbur Boulevard outbound, north of I-5 - a bus stop sits on the north side of Barbur with no crosswalk whatsoever. The nearest traffic signal doesn't have a crosswalk signal or a crosswalk, since the sidewalk on that side of the road doesn't extend onto the I-5 overpass - or, anywhere except for the bus stop.
#3: Barbur Boulevard inbound, at Parkhill Drive - a bus stop on the east side of Barbur where the only destination is on the west side of Barbur. No crosswalk whatsoever, no safe boarding place except the shoulder of a high speed boulevard, just minutes outside downtown Portland.
#4: Naito Parkway inbound at Harrison - this barely paved bus stop frequently is muddy and offers nothing for riders - yet, it's in the heart of downtown right next to the most unnecessary Portland Streetcar stop, yet the Streetcar stop has a full paved platform, lighting and shelters, as well as Transit Tracker signs.
#5: Harrison outbound at 2nd Avenue pedestrian path - absolutely nothing. Barely ADA accessible - and this is next to one of Portland's prized apartment-turned-condo developments. But the Streetcar stops are awfully nice.
#6: Barbur Boulevard/4th Avenue inbound at Carthurs - this bus stop is located IN a driveway. Does it make sense to have waiting passengers wait in a place where cars will drive into them?
#7: N.E. Broadway inbound at 17th - At least this stop has a shelter, but it's in a tiny location requiring the buses to block a driveway. It'd make more sense to have the bus stop across the street to the west, where bus riders could at least wait in front of businesses that should be bus rider/pedestrian friendly, instead of in a parking lot.
#8 and #9: Broadway and Grand. The worst place for a bus stop is at a gas station - why would a bus rider need anything at a gas station? And here's two bus stops - the #9 stop doesn't even have a shelter. On the plus side, transfers should be a breeze...for the huge number of riders transferring from the #9 to the #6.
#10: Front Avenue at 15th. You'd think they could extend the sidewalk another 40 feet...this is the edge of the Pearl District, after all...
#11: Front Avenue at 19th. This bus stop is marginally better, now that the railroad spur between Front and the Dockside Saloon is abandoned and paved over, but seriously - TriMet expected riders to stand on a railroad track to wait for a bus.
#12: Front Avenue at 21st. Here the railroad tracks are still there (although disconnected). But very ADA inaccessible.
#13: Front Avenue, 3800 block. Yes, you are expected to stand next to an active railroad track. Did TriMet not think that Operation Lifesaver actually means something besides around WES?
#14: T.V. Highway at Cornelius Pass, eastbound. This one is interesting, considering that Rick Van Beveren owns the Reedville Cafe just behind this view. Oh, and he's a TriMet Board Member. I guess he must not ride the bus often to see this bus stop across the street from his own business.
#15: S.W. Watson at Broadway and Farmington, southbound. This is in downtown Beaverton yet it's a very plain jane stop - hardly "welcoming" or inviting to people who might want to walk around the pedestrian oriented downtown core.
#16: Scholls Ferry Road inbound at 88th Avenue. Passengers are expected to wait right at the intersection; there's no sidewalk and thanks to the guardrail, must stand literally on the roadway. This isn't no residential side street.
#17: Hall Boulevard nortbound at 217 offramp. This is the bus stop for the Hall/Nimbus WES station. It's in the middle of a driveway for an ODOT storage yard. While TriMet finally built an improved bus stop on the other side of the WES tracks, the #43 still has to stop here because there isn't enough safe distance for the #43 bus to make a safe lane change and turn left at Nimbus.
#18 (and probably 20 others): Garden Home Road. Many stops on Garden Home served by the #45 bus are in locations with no sidewalks or shoulders. This one at least has some sort of a shoulder, but definitely not ADA accessible. Sucks when it rains.
#19: S.W. Troy Street at 35th outbound, Multnomah Village: There's no way a bus can get to the sidewalk, so bus riders are forced to board/deboard in the middle of the street, once again at a driveway.
#20: Taylors Ferry Road inbound at 74th Avenue. On a corner of an intersection in a drainage ditch; riders are forced to stand on the roadway with no shoulder.
#21: 12000 block S.W. Lesser Road. There's a bus stop for the #78 bus on both sides of the road here. Exactly where do you safely wait for the bus?