Park and ride

During the summer months, the Columbia Gorge Express departs from Gateway Transit Center and Rooster Rock State Park on its way to Multnomah Falls. Riders can conveniently park and ride from Gateway or Rooster Rock and leave the driving to us!

Park and Ride at Gateway Transit Center

The Gateway Transit Center Park and Ride has two lots with more than 300 total spaces each. The Columbia Gorge Express bus stop is located at the northeast corner of NE 99th Ave and NE Pacific St. Wayfinding signs guide riders from the transit center to the bus stop.

  • Parking: 690 total spaces (garage and surface lot)
    • 16 accessible/disabled spaces
    • 10 short-term parking spaces (metered at $0.50 an hour) with a 5-hour limit Monday through Friday
    • 24-hour limit
  • Bike racks and lockers available
  • Coffee Max: coffee, hot dogs and beverages available during weekday commute hours
  • More information available through TriMet

Park and Ride at Rooster Rock State Park

In 2016, the Columbia Gorge Express provided a shuttle between Rooster Rock State Park and Multnomah Falls every 15-45 minutes. 

Rooster Rock State Park is located at Exit 25 on I-84, about seven miles west of Multnomah Falls.

  • Parking: 1200 spaces
  • Rooster Rock State Park hours of operation: 6 a.m. – 9 p.m. during summer months
  • Public restrooms available (largest and most accessible restrooms connected to the main office building)
  • More information available through Oregon Parks and Recreation

Park and Ride map for Rooster Rock State Park