The Hood River Bridge will be having full bridge closures on Friday, November 3rd. through Monday, November 6th. Mt. Adams Transportation route White Salmon to Hood River will only be running the stops in White Salmon and Bingen. There will be NO stops in Hood River on those dates. The scheduled times will remain the same. Please plan accordingly.
Experiencing challenges when transferring between bus systems? Give us a call 509-493-3068 for White Salmon and 509-773-3060 for Goldendale. We are here to help you! Your feedback will also assist us when we update our schedules in the Spring.
You can now purchase your GOrge Pass online (lives on your phone) or at any of the transit offices (physical passes). Passes are valid for 2023 starting today, December 15 2022.
Check out our Travel Training program and learn about the safe and independent use of public transportation. Group Transit trips are available to help people feel comfortable with the transit system in a social, relaxed environment. One-on-one training is also available with personalized, hands-on experience using our regional transit system.
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Now the GOrgePass includes a “plus one’! Pass holders can bring along a friend to ride all four gorge transits for free until the end of 2022! Don’t have a pass yet? You can purchase one online at gorgepass.com
Take The Link Public Transit to The Dalles Farmers Market! A new shuttle to the Farmers Market and the Pool is coming soon, but this Saturday you can just call and reserve a ride: (541) 296-7595.
Check out the new bus tracker that Mt. Adams Transportation Service is using! Click on one of their routes and click the blue button: Track my Bus.
Starting May 2nd, The Goldendale to The Dalles route will have an updated schedule. There will now be 4 trips to The Dalles M-F. Trip cost is $1.00 or buy a yearly pass and ride on 4 different bus systems in the Gorge for only $40.00.
There will be 3 Goldendale City routes that are now FREE to ride!
What do you think about The Link’s plan to provide services for the next 20 years? Provide comments here: Transit Plan Open House