Woodburn Transit will be closing at 5 p.m. on December 24 & 31.

Transit will be closed on Tuesday, December 25 for Christmas; and Tuesday, January 1 for New Years. 

Woodburn Transit Service provides safe and reliable public transportation for people traveling within the Woodburn region.  The system was built with a focus on those who do not have reliable transportation options, seniors, and people with disabilities; and strives to provide residents, visitors, and workers traveling to and from Woodburn with efficient and convenient regional transportation connections.  Please join us in our commitment to a more sustainable Woodburn by taking the bus.


Woodburn Fixed Route

We have resumed regular service along HWY 214 and the new Woodburn Memorial Transit Facility.  Our fixed route service operates Monday-Friday (excluding holidays) from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.  The updated map and schedule are below:

Route Map & Schedule     

Fixed Route Fares:

  • Single Ride - $1.25
  • 20 Ride Pass - $18.75
  • All Day Pass - $3.00
  • 4 Ride Pass - $5.00 

Children ages 5 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Please arrive at the stop 5 minutes prior to the scheduled time.

Woodburn Memorial Transit Facility (Park & Ride)

The “Woodburn Memorial Transit Facility”, located off Evergreen Rd and Hwy 214, is now open and in service. 

The Cascades POINT bus service, operated by MTR Western in partnership with ODOT, makes 2 daily northbound stops and 2 daily southbound stops at the new transit facility.  Riders can buy tickets to go as far as Eugene to the south, and Portland to the north.  Schedule and ticket information is available at the website and the Amtrak Cascades site.

The City is also actively involved in service coordination discussions with other transit providers to develop plans for regional transit service at the facility.  We are hopeful that a partnership with SMART (City of Wilsonville) and Salem-Keizer Transit can be developed that will involve the Salem-Wilsonville Express bus serving the Woodburn Memorial Transit Facility.  However, it is likely to be a few years before funding, timing, and capacity issues can be addressed in a manner that will allow that to happen.    

We are also encouraging vanpool and car pool use of the facility.  “Valley Vanpool” is a good resource for individuals in search of vanpooling opportunities, and “Drive Less Connect” is a good resource for carpooling opportunities.  We are also working to develop partnerships with private shuttle operators (airport, casino, etc.) that would permit them to utilize the facility, as well. 

The Woodburn Memorial Transit Center facility boasts plenty of parking for park & riders, maintaining:

  • 133 parking spaces
  • 29 compact parking spaces
  • 6 wheelchair parking spaces
  • 2 charging spaces
  • 1 space for Woodburn Transit
  • 1 space for the POINT bus
  • 2 bus spaces 

Stay tuned, as you should see service to the Woodburn Transit Center continue to expand over the next few years.



The Dial-A-Ride program provides transportation for people with disabilities and the elderly living within Woodburn who are not able to utilize the fixed route bus.  The service operates Monday - Friday from 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM and utilizes a fully accessible van.  The van provides door to door service for any purpose to any location within the Woodburn City limits.  Requests for service must be made one day in advance by calling (503) 982-7433.  Dial-A-Ride Brochure

Dial-A-Ride Fares:

  • One Way - $2.50
  • Round Trip - $5.00

The Dial-A-Ride program also arranges for volunteer drivers to take elderly Woodburn residents and those with disabilities to medical appointments in all areas between Portland and Salem.   Requests for service must be made at least one day in advance (preferably longer) by calling (503) 982-7433.  Appointments can be scheduled during the hours of 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Monday - Friday.  Donations are accepted for this service.  


Links to Regional Transit Providers

Ridesharing Programs

Trip Planning