Transportation Services in Clackamas County

Transportation Services are programs that help people who don’t drive or have access to a car get around the county. If you are looking for information about the Transportation Department, please see their webpages. Clackamas County also maintains a ferry across the Willamette River between Canby and West Linn. 

Ride Clackamas

Ride Clackamas area map

Ride Clackamas is your ticket to ride.

Here you can view bus routes, plan your trip, and track current locations for six different bus systems.

You can also download a smartphone app called Passio Go on the App Store or Google Play for bus schedules, bus names, stop names when the next bus when arrive, and more. 

Clackamas County Connects Shuttle Service

Father and son getting off the shuttle bus

Our shuttle line connects rural communities and that crucial last-mile that most bus lines don’t reach.

#ClackCo Connects is a transit shuttle service that provides a vital connection to our rural communities and areas that are hard to get to by transit. These shuttles help relieve congestion on county roads and they will provide critical, last-mile connections between service provided by regional transit.

Can’t make it to the main bus stop or route? Call 24 hours in advance 971-358-0623 to make arrangements and check availability to be picked up or dropped off within ¾ mile from the route. You may also signal/flag the bus to get on or off the bus in-between stops.

Mt. Hood Express transit

The Mt. Hood Express transit is a public bus service administered by Clackamas County and serves the communities along Highway 26, running from the city of Sandy east to Government Camp and Timberline.

The Express: Operates 7 days a week as a limited-stop commuter service between the City of Sandy and Timberline. Seasonal service features include bike trailers and ski boxes for the convenience of riders to stow their equipment. The Express does not operate on Thanksgiving or Christmas Day.

Villages Shuttle: Operates 7 days a week for local service between Sandy and Rhododendron. Call ahead and you can schedule a pick-up within 3/4 of a mile of the designated route. The Villages Shuttle does not operate on New Years Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

For more information, call 503-668-3466.

Free ride-share programs

Connecting volunteers with people needing companionship and transportation.

Ride Together
503-655-8208 | TRPClackamas@clackamas.us 

Do you have a family member, neighbor or friend who is often giving you rides to doctor appointments, grocery trips and other critical services? Did you know they can qualify for mileage reimbursement when they sign up for volunteer training and then schedule your rides through our program? Ride Together provides funding to make sure Clackamas County’s residents get transportation services they need.  

Senior Companions   
503-655-8875 | scp@clackamas.us 

Senior Companion Program offers support to homebound seniors and adults with disabilities in Clackamas County. There is no charge for services. Our program helps individuals live independently and safely for as long as possible.

Trained Senior Companion volunteers help individuals in need of assistance. Our volunteers help clients get to critical appointments and services, assist with household needs, participate and encourage social activities and help clients maintain independence

 Volunteers:

  • 55 years of age or older, no longer in the regular workforce, and are capable of serving adults with unique needs. 
  • If income eligible, SCP volunteers may receive a small, non-taxable stipend plus mileage reimbursement. 
  • Volunteers spend at least 5 hours per week volunteering in order to meet program guidelines.

Transportation Reaching People  
503-655-8208 | trpclackamas@clackamas.us

Transportation Reaching People is for Clackamas County residents who are 65+ or have a disability. Rides are given free of charge to medical appointments, grocery shopping and other essential errands. Unassisted, door-to-door service is provided by volunteer drivers using their private vehicle. The goal of the program is to assist individuals by promoting independent living. 

Our volunteers are the backbone of the program! Volunteers:

  • drive their own vehicle to help others
  • receive mileage reimbursement
  • give time as they can, and determine their own flexible schedule
  • receive free drivers safety training that may offer discounts on auto insurance

To get involved, enroll in the program, then you can schedule a ride with our online form. 

Vets Driving Vets  
503-655-8208 | trpclackamas@clackamas.us 

Rides are for: 

Veterans who need who need rides to doctor appointments or to take care of other basic needs. The service is free to veterans. Transportation is available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except holidays. 

Volunteers needed:

Mileage reimbursement is offered to trained volunteers. Please call 503-655-8208

To volunteer or learn more about volunteering email volunteer@clackamas.us

Title VI Compliance

Please contact us directly with any complaints or concerns, including discrimination of any form:
PO BOX 2950
Oregon City, OR 97045
503-655-8640
TTY Services: 503-650-5646

Clackamas County operates its programs without regard to race, age, religion, color, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, ORS Chapter 659A or other applicable law. To request additional information on Clackamas County Title VI nondiscrimination requirements or to file a complaint, please call 503-655-8640 or email socialserviceinformationcomplaint@clackamas.us

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Clackamas County respeta los derechos civiles Clackamas County opera sus programas sin importar la raza, edad, religión, color, sexo, país de origen, discapacidad física o mental, estado civil o de veterano, orientación sexual, identidad de género ni cualquier otra característica protegida por la ley de acuerdo al Título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles, ORS Capítulo 659A o cualquier otra ley aplicable. Para solicitar información adicional sobre el Titulo VI de Clackamas County, los requisitos de no discriminación, o para presentar una queja; favor de llamar al: 503-655-8640 o por correo Electrónico a socialserviceinformationcomplaint@clackamas.us

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Организация Clackamas County соблюдает гражданские права Организация Clackamas County осуществляет свои программы независимо от расового происхождения, возраста, вероисповедания, цвета кожи, пола, национальности, физических или психических функциональных нарушений, семейного положения или статуса ветерана войны, сексуальной ориентации, идентификации пола и любых других характеристик, подлежащих защите от дискриминации в соответствии с разделом VI закона США «О гражданских правах» и (или) разделом 659A свода законодательных постановлений правительства штата Орегон, а также предусмотренных любыми другими применимыми законами. Чтобы запросить дополнительную информацию о наших требованиях Название VI недискриминации или подать жалобу, пожалуйста, звоните 503-655-8640 или по электронной почте socialserviceinformationcomplaint@clackamas.us

Phone:503-655-8640
Fax:503-650-5722

2051 Kaen Road #135 Oregon City, OR 97045

Office Hours:

Monday to Thursday
7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
(Closed from noon to 1 p.m.)

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