Students, faculty, staff and visitors can save money on gas, reduce green house gas emissions, and enjoy a relaxing commute all by using one of these environmentally-friendly transportation options.


Plan your bike route with Google Maps or this map from City of The Dalles/Wasco County showing locations of bike lanes, bike shoulders and shared roadways within city limits.

Bring your bike on the bus. On both the CAT and LINK systems, bikes are allowed as long as both wheelchair spaces are open.

Bike Rack Locations

  • The Dalles Campus: West side of Building 1 (Cafe/Library), west side of Building 4 (Art), and south side of Building 3 (Health & Sciences).
  • Hood River Center: East side of the building.


Get There, Oregon

Options for reducing car trips in Oregon and SW Washington.


Free car pool and rideshare matching, serving Oregon, SW Washington and the Columbia River Gorge region.

Public Transportation

Bus Services to CGCC Campuses

Fixed route transportation between Hood River and The Dalles, Monday - Friday (except for Holidays)
$3.00 each way; Contact Gorge TransLink, (877) 875-4657 for complete schedule and updates.

For additional regional transportation information contact Mid-Columbia Economic Development District (MCEDD) Mobility Manager, (541) 296-2266.

Bus Stop Eastbound Westbound
The Dalles Campus, Building 3 Parking Lot 6:35 a.m. 6:35 a.m.
Hood River Center    7:28 a.m.
Hood River Center  12:03 p.m.  
The Dalles Campus, Building 4 Parking Lot 12:56 p.m. 12:56 p.m.
Hood River Center    1:43 pm
Hood River Center  5:03 pm  
The Dalles Campus, Building 3 Parking Lot 5:58 p.m. 5:58 p.m.

Regional Public Transit Agencies

CAT-Columbia Area Transit

Demand response service in Hood River County and inter-city fixed route service between The Dalles and Hood River and Hood River and Portland.

The Link Transportation Network

Demand response service to the general public in Wasco County.