Coast To Valley Express Service

 

 

 

 

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For questions or more information regarding these services, contact Lisa Scherf at 541-754-1759 or email at lisa.scherf@corvallisoregon.gov

The Coast to Valley Express is part of the Northwest Connector Network, a five-county transit alliance providing coordinated transportation from Benton County to the coast, and the Columbia River from Astoria to Portland. Buses have at least a two-bike capacity and are ADA-accessible with a wheelchair lift. For more information go to http://www.nwconnector.org to schedule your trip to the Oregon Coast!

Coast to Valley Connection

When in Corvallis, board your bus at the Corvallis Transit Center and other convenient locations. Ask your driver for bus schedules for Newport, Corvallis, and other neighboring cities. See the Coast to Valley Express brochure below to pick up and drop off locations, times, fares and other information about the service.

Other Transportation Partner Agencies

For Benton County Transportation passengers who may have hearing impairment, are deaf, or are speech-impaired, and need to make a reservation, please use our free Oregon TTY Relay Service by calling 1-800-735-2900. Let the TTY operator know the Dial-a-Bus number you wish to call. A TTY device on your computer or phone is required to utilize this service.  Services are also available in Spanish. For more information, please go to http://www.oregonrelay.com/tty.

Take the Bus to the Train

The Coast to Valley Express provides daily connections to the Amtrak Cascades, train service at Albany Station.

More information is available online.

Coast to Valley Express

Welcome Aboard!

Questions?

For buses originating in Benton County call: 541-752-2615
For buses originating in Newport call: 541-265-4900

For more information, see the Coast to Valley Express brochure.

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