Regional Public Transit Services
Josephine Community Transit
provides transit service between Grants Pass and Medford (with stops in Rogue River and Gold Hill upon request). The service is available Monday through Friday only.
The departure from RVTD is 10 minutes after arrival, for a return trip to Grants Pass. Fares for this service are cash only and there are no reduced fares. JCT's $20 punch cards can also be used for fare. Transfers will be issued that are good for JCT's and RVTD's services and are valid for 60 minutes.
JCT or RVTD transfers are not valid for the Rogue Valley Commuter Line. You need to pay for each boarding.
Please see the RVCL schedule for additional information. RVCL schedules are available from RVTD and JCT. Additional questions can be answered by calling 541-474-5452, ext 2. Visit the Josephine Community Transit Webpage
Find your Public Transit Providers: Southern Oregon
Josephine Community Transit provides transit service to the Communities of Grants Pass, Cave Junction, Selma, Rogue River, and Gold Hill. The Rogue Valley Commuter Line provides daily (Monday-Friday) service between Grants Pass and Medford. For more information please visit: josephinetransit.org
UTRANS is the Transit Provider in the Roseburg area. More information can be found at umpquatransit.com
Curry Public Transit provides Dial-A-Ride and public transit service in Curry County. Their Coastal Express Route connect the communities of Brookings, Gold Beach, Port Orford, Bandon, and Coos Day. For more information visit: currypublictransit.org
Coos County Area Transit provides public transit and Dial-A-Ride service to the Coos County area. For more information visit: coostransit.org
SouthWest POINT by ODOT
The SouthWest POINT provides daily bus service between Klamath Falls, the Medford Airport, Crescent City, and Brookings. There are a total of nine stops. There is one trip per day in each direction with a layover at the Medford Greyhound Station. See the Schedules page
for more details.
Amtrak Cascades service connects 18 cities in the Pacific Northwest region along a 467-mile rail corridor that spans from Eugene, Oregon to Vancouver, BC. The nearest Amtrak station is located in Klamath Falls, Oregon.