Ben Franklin Transit
Use Grape Line to connect with Ben Franklin Transit for destinations in Pasco, Kennewick, Richland, West Richland, and Prosser. Contact them at 509-735-5100 or on the web at www.bft.org for more information.
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation Public Bus Service
The CTUIR public transportation service is now named Kayak Public Transportation. The Walla Walla Whistler bus route serves Pendleton, Mission, Athena, Weston, Milton-Freewater and the Walla Walla Transit Center. All of the Walla Walla Whistler trips are timed to meet the Grape Line bus to/from the Tri-Cities. Call 541-429-7519 for more information, or online at https://ctuir.org/departments/tribal-planning-office/kayak-public-transit/bus-schedules/
Grant County Oregon People Mover
Use People Mover to connect Walla Walla with towns in Eastern Oregon including: Prairie City, Monument, Dale, Ukiah, Pilot Rock, John Day and Burns. Call 541-575-2370 for fare and reservation information Grant County People Mover.
Plan your trip with Google Transit. Google Transit currently has local data for Valley Transit, Grape Line, the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla, the City of Milton-Freewater, and Ben Franklin Transit in the Tri-Cities. Google Transit will provide an itinerary and map that shows walking directions, transit routes, where and when to board the vehicle(s), transfer (including between systems), and where and when to get off Google Transit.
Use Rideshare Online in Washington and Idaho for ridematching services like carpool and vanpool. This site has been upgraded to also match people traveling to one-time events like a concert. Contact them at 1-888-814-1300 in Washington, or on the web at http://www.rideshareonline.com/ for more information.
DriveLessConnect is the Oregon version of Rideshare Online and provides ridematching services like carpool and vanpool. This site has been upgraded to also match people traveling to one-time events like a concert. Contact them at 1-888-814-1300 in Washington, or on the web at DriveLessConnect.com for more information.
https://www.eogo.org is an informational website which provides links to Public and Private Transit providers throughout rural Eastern Oregon, and Southeastern Washington. The providers are comprise of public transit providers in Umatilla, Morrow, and Grant Counties. They provide a variety of options, such as Fixed Route, Dial-a-Ride (taxi/shuttle van) services. The public Transit providers include: Kayak – managed by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR), City of Milton-Freewater, City of Hermiston, City of Pendleton, The Loop – managed by Morrow County, and People Mover – managed by grant County Transportation District. The private transit providers include: Safe T Transport, CAPECO, Clearview, CareVan – managed by Good Shepard Health Care System, Foster Grandparents/Senior Companions, and Hermiston Senior Center. They encourage student transit for school, work, and activities. There is a variety of options for Veteran healthcare transportation. The website also provides links to Southeastern providers, regional airports, AMTRAK, and Greyhound bus. View their website to learn more about public and private transportation options.
Use the Grape Line to connect with Greyhound in Pasco for farther destinations. Contact Greyhound at 1-800-231-2222, or the Greyhound ticket office in Walla Walla at 509-529-7442, or the Pasco ticket office at 509-547-3151, or on the web at www.greyhound.com for more information.
Use Grape Line to connect with Amtrak in Pasco for farther destinations. Contact Amtrak at 800-872-7245 or on the web at www.amtrak.com for more information.