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Check out CC Rider’s NEW SCHEDULES and our NEW LINE 7 – Lower Columbia Connector! We now offer 7-day a week service on four of our routes: Line 1, Line 4, Line 5, and Line 7!

Line 1 – Portland

Line 2 – PCC Rock Creek

Line 3 – South County Flex

Line 4 -Clatskanie

Line 5 – Kelso

Line 6 – Nehalem Valley

Line 7 – Lower Columbia Connector

If you have any questions or concerns, Please contact Michael Ray at CC Rider – 503-366-8505.

For Dial-A Ride and general trip planning information, please call CC Rider Dispatch at 503-366-0159.

Ahora, los horarios en ¡español!

Línea 1 – Downtown Portland

Línea 2 – PCC Rock Creek

Línea 3 – South County Flex

Línea 4 – Clatskanie

Línea 5 – Kelso

Línea 6 – Nehalem Valley

Línea 7 – Lower Columbia Connector

¿Preguntas? email Michael Ray a: michael.ray@co.columbia.or.us

Para Dial-A-Ride y para información general sobre planificar su viaje, llame al despecho de CC Rider: 503-366-0159.


 

How much do you spend on driving?

There are  numerous websites which one can go to help you discover just how much money you are spending to drive. I have listed links to two below. The first is from AAA and while it is good for a very general understanding of the true cost of driving, it doesn’t factor in external and indirect costs such as road maintenance and emergency service cost, etc. The second is from a website which uses central California data, so it could be slightly higher than what we pay here in the Pacific NW, but it does a good job at trying to factor in numerous external/indirect costs. Also, the AAA calculator isn’t on-line fillable and doesn’t calculate cost based on various inputs. The second link does so beautifully; allowing you to try different combinations to see how reducing or increasing your mileage will affect your yearly costs.

I encourage you to use these two sites and scan the internet for other sites designed to help you figure out that driving a car; while expedient at times, can also be quite a bit more expensive than filling the tank.

AAA: http://publicaffairsresources.aaa.biz/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Your-Driving-Costs-2014.pdf

The True Cost of Driving: http://commutesolutions.org/external/calc.html

 


Looking to spend some time in Astoria, or anywhere on the Oregon Coast between Astoria and Newport?

Try the North by Northwest Connector, which will allow you to spend the weekend or longer at the beautiful northern Oregon coast

http://nworegontransit.org


Everyone should take the bus!

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2015/01/13/black-lab-rides-bus-seattle-washington/21726965/


CC Rider Dispatch: 503-366-0159
Email Transit Director: janet.wright@co.columbia.or.us

Transit Program Coordinator: michael.ray@co.columbia.or.us

Please Note: The schedules, routes, and other information are now available from the drop-down located on the “home” button.
Quick links are also available above.

Welcome to the CC Rider website. From the links above, you may open, read, or download our schedule and route information. Please note that all files are in Adobe Acrobat format and that you will need the free Adobe Reader program to view the files. You may download a current copy at their website: Download Free Acrobat Reader Software

We’re Growing! Check out our ridership figures for  July 2013 – June 2014

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https://www.facebook.com/columbiacountyrider


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First Columbia County Public Transportation System

  Columbia County Rider History

In the mid 1970’s, Scappoose resident Dorothy Churchill and a select few intrepid volunteers, had a vision for a transportation program to serve Columbia County’s senior citizens. They put together some fund raisers and an old van or two, and Colco Transportation was born. Over the years, Colco grew to be the largest rural transportation program in the State of Oregon, serving not only the elderly, but also the disabled and general public. In 2003, Colco’s board of directors notified the Columbia County Commissioners that they would not be able to continue service, due to financial constraints, and they would be ceasing operations. The Board of Commissioners, knowing the severe negative impact this would have on the communities of the County, sprung into action, assigning then County Council, John Knight to construct a plan to save the public transit system. Needless to say, he did just that, and operating with sub-contractors, Columbia County Rider was born. In a short time, ridership grew, and the reins of the Columbia County Transit Division were turned over to Janet Wright, Director of Economic Development, and Commissioners Assistant. She leads the agency today as Transit Director. Today, as our county grows, Columbia County Rider continues to grow and add new services. Keep an eye on our web site for future routes and services, and please feel free to contact us if you have suggestions on how we can serve you better.

We’ve Come A Long Way From Our Beginnings

Comfortable, Modern Equipment & Friendly, Professional Drivers

Comfortable, Modern Equipment & Friendly, Professional Drivers

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