Amtrak provides the best way to experience the pacific northwest. From Vancouver, British Columbia to Seattle, Portland and Eugene to past Mount St. Helens and across the Columbia River Gorge, you’ll witness the regions distinctive cities and most spectacular natural attractions. Learn more here.
Lane Transit District
Lane Transit District (LTD) provides independence to those in the community and believes a community is at its best when it has access to the places and services that are important to everyone. Every year, millions of riders use LTD to get to work, go to school, make it to medical appointments, or for a stress-free ride to the game. To learn more about about LTD here.
Emerald Express (EmX)
LTD’s Emerald Express (EmX) Bus Rapid Transit system connects travelers in West Eugene, downtown, UO, Springfield and the RiverBend and Gateway area to many destinations. Learn more here.
EmGo; Electric On-Demand Microtransit Downtown
Live, work, or play in the downtown Eugene area and need an easy and fast solution to get somewhere just a few blocks away? Try EmGo, the new sustainable ride service with more than 70 pick-up and drop-off locations around downtown Eugene! Learn more here.
The RideSource ADA service is an origin-to-destination service within the Eugene/Springfield metropolitan area. This service is available for seniors, people with disabilities, and people who are eligible for transportation benefits through the Oregon Health Plan. Learn more here.
The Diamond Express intercity transportation service operates between Oakridge and the Eugene/Springfield area. Learn more here.
Rhody Express provides public transportation in Florence. Learn more here.
Greyhound Bus Service
Greyhound Lines is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation, serving more than 3,800 destinations across North America with a modern, environmentally friendly fleet. Learn more here.
BoltBus is an intercity bus common carrier that operates low-cost, non-stop and limited-stop, premium level routes. On each trip, at least one ticket is sold at random for $1. Busses from Eugene serve Albany OR, Bellingham WA, Everett WA, Portland OR, Seattle WA, Tacoma WA, & Vancouver BC.
Stop is located on the north side of of the 5th Street Public Market on the corner of E. 5th Street at High Street by Brick’s Cafe. Learn more here.
Connections on LTD for Bolt Bus:
#1-Eugene Station/Campbell Center from 5th Street west of Pearl St., #12-Springfield Station #66-Eugene Station from Pearl St, north of 5th.
Park & Ride Location
LTD operates 27 Park & Ride locations that provide direct bus service to major destinations. Park free and get dropped off close to work or school, or meet up with your carpool partners. Learn more here.
How To Take Your Bike on the Bus
All LTD buses are equipped with bike racks. Most buses have a bike rack on the front of the bus. EmX buses have bike racks inside the bus. Learn more here or watch this video to learn more:
Free bike parking is available at all LTD transit stations on a first-come, first-served basis. Be sure to use a quality lock as LTD is not responsible for lost or stolen bikes. For safety and security, do not attach your bike to an LTD bus stop, shelter, or any other LTD property that is not designated for bike parking. LTD will remove and confiscate any bikes that are not parked in designated areas.
Bike lockers are available for rent at Amazon, Cottage Grove, and River Road Stations. Bike locker rentals require a rental agreement and a refundable $25 deposit for a Kryptonite U-lock. Once reserved, you will be assigned a specific locker. For locker reservations, contact Point2point at 541-687-5555 (7-1-1 TTY).