About Gorge TransLink
Gorge TransLink is an alliance of rural transportation providers, human service organizations and public planning agencies seeking to enhance connectivity and develop a seamless network of transportation services within the Mid-Columbia River Gorge area while linking these services to the metropolitan cities of Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington. Gorge TransLink Alliance members include:
- Columbia Area Transit (Hood River County)
- Mid-Columbia Council of Governments Transportation Network (Wasco County)
- Sherman County Community Transit (Sherman County)
- Mt. Adams Transportation Services (Klickitat County)
- Skamania County Public Transit (Skamania County)
- Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Council
- Human Services Council 1 Call/1Click Trip Resource Center
- Southwest Washington Agency on Aging & Disabilities
- Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT)
- Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT)
Watch our video to learn more!
Types of Public Transportation Services
There are two basic types of public transportation services available to the general public:
Dial-a-ride: Dial-a-ride service uses buses or vans to pick you up at your home and take you wherever you need to go within the service area, and sometimes between counties.
Fixed-Route: Fixed-route service runs regularly on a set schedule.
For more information about Dial-a-ride and Fixed-Route services, click here.
Please note that both types of services use wheelchair accessible vehicles.
If you need help deciding which service to use for your trip, or if you need to travel between counties, contact Gorge TransLink and we'll assist you with planning your trip.
Gorge TransLink Meetings: Gorge TransLink holds regular meetings that are open to the public. You'll find the 2016 meeting schedule here.
For notes from past meetings, check this page regularly: