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We are geared to enabling the public with an inexpensive and convenient way of getting
around in Lincoln County. We provide transportation to every major city within the county, including
transportation for disabled persons and senior citizens. Our buses are clean and new, and they
are maintained by Lincoln County Fleet Services.
We provide Transit Services to and from:
- Rose Lodge
- Lincoln City
- Depoe Bay
Visit TripCheck website.
TripCheck.com has been updated by the Oregon Department of Transportation,
adding new features that you will find very useful for public
transportation travel planning. Wheel chair and bicycle transport options
included. (See "Transportation Options" at tripcheck.com) This tab offers 4 easy
ways to find services. Search by City or County, City to City, Special
Accommodations, or by an alphabetical listing.
Interested in Carpooling
and Vanpooling? Cascades West Rideshare and Valley Vanpool are services
offered by the Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments Community and
Economic Development program in partnership with governmental jurisdictions in
Lincoln, Linn and Benton counties; with financial assistance from the Oregon
Department of Transportation.
Visit Cascades West Rideshare website.
Cascades West Rideshare is a
free carpool matching service for commuters. In simple terms, $4.00 a gallon
gasoline can become $2.00 a gallon gasoline by simply sharing your commute trip
with one other person. There are additional savings related to the wear and tear
on your car, routine maintenance and, for some commuters, parking fees. Although
many people share a ride each work day, some people (with irregular work hours
or with early/late work meetings) find that carpooling works very well a few
days a week.
Cascades West Rideshare: "Tips for Successful Carpooling"
Visit Valley VanPool website.
Valley VanPool is a
partnership of Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments, the Lane Transit
District and the Salem Transit District. Valley VanPool promotes commuter
vanpooling and helps form and maintain vanpools. Each van is privately formed
and operated (Valley VanPool does not own or operate vans). Think of it as a
very large carpool, a "van co-op" or a "vanpooling club" with the riders leasing
a van and determining the route, schedule and operating rules. Two national
firms (VPSI and Enterprise Rideshare Division) lease vans in the region and the
lease includes the vehicle, fuel, insurance, maintenance and an emergency ride
Valley VanPool also administers state and federal grants which reduce the cost of the monthly
vanpool lease. Currently 20 vans (9 to 15 passenger vans) operate in the Valley VanPool region.