Public Transit

You don’t need your car to have a good time in Oregon. Check in here for information about travel by train, bus and lightrail and other public transportation information.

  • Cascades East Transit Central Oregon

    Cascades East Transit offers daily regional transportation service between Bend, La Pine, Madras, Mt. Bachelor, Redmond, & Prineville.

  • corvallis transit system Corvallis

    The City of Corvallis operates the Corvallis Transit System (CTS), a fixed-route mass transit system providing fareless service within the Corvallis area. CTS operates 11 standard transit buses and one trolley on a total of 12 routes.

  • Neo Transit & Snake River Eastern Oregon

    From Ontario to the Wallowas and Baker City to La Grande, there are number of ways to get around Eastern Oregon’s magnificent landscapes.

  • lane transit district & amtrak Eugene

    LTD serves the Eugene area and provides over 20,000 bus trips a week, with a fleet of 102 busses including the rapid transit EmX line. Also available is the Amtrak Cascades line, offering service through Vancouver, BC via Portland and Seattle.

  • trimet & amtrak Portland

    TriMet provides bus, light rail and commuter rail service in the Portland metro area. Also available is the Amtrak Cascades line, offering service through Vancouver, BC via Portland and Seattle.

  • Rogue Valley & Basin Transit Southern Oregon

    Rogue Valley Transportation District provides service Monday through Friday in Southern Oregon between Ashland, Medford, Jacksonville & smaller cities while Basin Transit Service (BTS) provides public transit services in Klamath Falls.

  • cherriots & amtrak Salem

    Cherriots provides fixed route bus service within Salem-Keizer with connections to Wilsonville, Grand Ronde, and Marion and Polk counties. Also available is the Amtrak Cascades line, offering service through Vancouver, BC via Portland and Seattle.

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