Gorge TransLink is an alliance of rural public transportation providers, human service organizations, and public planning agencies seeking to enhance connectivity and develop a seamless network of transportation services within the Mid-Columbia River Gorge area and linking these services to the metropolitan cities of Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington.
In 2010, the governing boards of the five area transportation providers signed a Memorandum of Understanding with MCEDD that created a formal organizational structure for the Gorge Translink Alliance and directed MCEDD to staff the Alliance with a regional Mobility Manager position. Since 2010, the Gorge TransLink Alliance partners have taken significant steps – both individually and collectively – to improve the coordination of available services, to facilitate broad regional access, and to enhance overall public transportation connectivity throughout the region. Through the work of the regional Mobility Manager, MCEDD has played an active role in ensuring the group’s success.
For more complete information on all facets of regional transportation including public transit schedules and routes for all Gorge area providers, other available transportation options, more about the Alliance, and the Gorge Transit Strategy, please visit our website: gorgetranslink.com