Daily service starts Monday, June 11!


Hop on the bus seven days a week! 

Daily Columbia Gorge Express service began today, Monday June 11, 2018—giving you even more opportunities for a trip through the Gorge. Buses serve all five Gorge Express stops every day, making it easier to travel on your schedule. Want to avoid the crowds? Travel during the week to beat the weekend rush and be sure to purchase your tickets online in advance

Ready to start planning your trip?

More service days means more freedom to make multiple stops and soak it all in. Start planning your trip today: view the latest schedule and learn about travel connections along the route. Keep in mind that as the Gorge recovers from last year’s fires, many trails including the Multnomah Falls Trail remain closed. For ideas of complete car-free itineraries that you can explore despite area closures, head to Columbia Gorge Car-Free!

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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