FAQ Tag: public transportation

How much does it cost to take public transportation?

A suggested donation for the Sherman Transit bus into The Dalles, for shopping or personal business, is $5 round trip. Medicaid and Veteran medical appointments are reimbursed to the county through the State of Oregon, and are therefore free of charge for eligible users. Donations are not necessary for those rides but are always welcome. … Continued

How do I travel by mass transit outside of Sherman County?

Gorge TransLink offers fixed routes and schedules from Bend to Portland, connecting with Sherman Transit. To create your schedule call (877) 875-4657 or go to Gorge TransLink online. Meanwhile, Amtrak has a train that runs along the Columbia River and makes a stop at Rufus in northern Sherman County. From there, Amtrak‚Äôs rental car partner … Continued

Where will public transportation take me?

Sherman County Community Transit provides public transportation service throughout Sherman County to The Dalles, Portland and other cities for shopping, medical appointments and special events. Sherman County receives Oregon Department of Transportation [ODOT] Special Transportation Fund [STF] dollars and Federal 5310 Capital Funds to provide public transportation for seniors, disabled persons, and others as space … Continued

How do I find my bus route or schedule?

There are no buses making regular stops in Sherman County. However, there is public bus transportation in the form of on-call service through Sherman County Community Transit. Call (541) 565-3553 to arranged a ride within Sherman County (preference goes to seniors and riders with disabilities, but anyone can ride as room allows). Read more on … Continued

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