Gorge Express service begins Friday. Purchase tickets online!

5/24/2018

Start planning those summer adventures! Columbia Gorge Express service begins again this Friday, May 25, 2018. You can now purchase tickets online to all destinations, get discounted day passes and grab online-only group passes with no processing fees. Skip the driving and parking hassle and travel between Gateway Transit Center in Portland, Rooster Rock State Park, Multnomah Falls, Cascade Locks and Hood River with ease. Starting June 11, 2018, you’ll even be able to ride the bus seven days a week!


The Columbia Gorge Express starts at Gateway Transit Center in Portland, Oregon and then serves the following stope going East: Rooster Rock, Multnomah Falls, Cascade Locks, and Hood River along Interstate 84.

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Ready to start planning your trip?

Ready to hit the trail, stroll the waterfront, or cycle the Twin Tunnels? Do it all with a trip on the Columbia Gorge Express! View the latest schedule and learn about travel connections along the route! Be sure to plan ahead: before heading out, check the weather, traffic and trail conditions. Be sure to plan ahead: before heading out, check the weather, traffic and trail conditions. Day trip seem too short? Stay a while! Check out our Gorge Connections page to start planning your adventure—the possibilities are endless.

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A busy scene full of people and cars parked on the shoulder of the Historic Columbia River Highway near Multnomah Falls.

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