The Public Oregon Intercity Transit (POINT) program provides Oregonians with reliable transit options for statewide travel, connecting towns and rural communities with major transportation hubs and urban centers. This is made possible through partnerships between the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and multiple independent transit companies operating under contract with ODOT. POINT routes fill gaps in Oregon’s statewide transit system by bringing new bus routes to rural communities and other parts of the state that once were underserved, while also enhancing the transit network in areas where there is already established service.
So, whether you commute from Portland to Salem, or you’re planning a trip to the coast from Ashland, or you need to get to Central Oregon from as far away as Ontario, try taking POINT, a relaxing, environmentally friendly alternative to driving!
POINT roundtrip services include:
• NorthWest POINT – Portland to Astoria
• SouthWest POINT – Klamath Falls to Brookings
• HighDesert POINT – Redmond to Chemult
• Cascades POINT – Portland to Eugene
• Eastern POINT – Ontario to Burns and Bend