OC Shuttle Planning
We're launching a new transit shuttle service that will provide a vital connection to our rural communities and areas that are hard to get to by transit. This shuttle will help relieve congestion on roads and will provide critical, last-mile connections between service provided by regional transit.
Riding the Shuttle
The shuttles are a free "deviated fixed-route" service. Can't make it to the main bus stop or route? Call 24 hours in advance 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. The Oregon City Shuttle operates on weekdays only. The Oregon City Shuttle does not operate on New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, or Christmas Day. The most current Route and Schedule can be found on the ClackCo Shuttle Webpage.
The Oregon City Connector Shuttle aims to make connections that will enable people to travel all the way to work, school, and other daily destinations on transit. The Oregon City Shuttle will fill gaps from TriMet stops to underserved portions of Oregon City, in particular connecting the Oregon City Transit Center, Clackamas Community College, and employers throughout the city, especially for transit-dependent and low-income populations. The Oregon City Shuttle will also provide critical connections with other regional transit providers serving Oregon City.
With the passage of House Bill 2017, Keep Oregon Moving, the Oregon Legislature made a significant investment in transportation to help advance the things that Oregonians value-a vibrant economy, strong communities, high quality of life, a clean environment, and safe, healthy people. This historic investment in Oregon's transportation system will produce benefits for decades to come. A centerpiece of Keep Oregon Moving is the Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund (STIF). This fund provides a new dedicated source of funding to expand public transportation to access jobs, improve mobility, relieve congestion, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions around Oregon.