Ride Connection is a private non-profit organization dedicated to linking individuals with accessible transportation since 1988. Services under this program in Washington County include:
U-Ride Washington County provides transportation solutions for individuals living in rural western Washington County where there is absence of public transportation. This service allows customers to access public transit, shopping and other activities such as medical, recreation, employment and/or education.
King City Shuttle provides local service Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Customers can receive door-to-door service by calling the service center at 503-226-0700 before 2:30 p.m. on the business day before their ride. There is no cost; however, there is a suggested $1.35 donation.
RideWise provides assistance on how to ride the buses and MAX trains, information on transportation choices, and personal trip planning. RideWise helps individuals build the confidence and skills to use all transit options available. For more information, please call 503-528-1743.
Worklink serves low-income job seekers and wage earners. Individuals are instructed in group settings and individually. Those who receive training practice the many ways to plan a commute using the TriMet system and learn about other transportation options such as bicycles, carpools and vanpools.
TriMet Accessible Transportation is part of the metropolitan Portland public transportation system. Learn about how TriMet is accessible for people with limited mobility, people who have low vision or are blind and people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
TriMet LIFT Program is a door-to-door shared ride, public transportation service for people who are unable to use buses or MAX due to a disability or disabling health condition. You can download an application packet on the website or call to request one at 503-802-8200. The cost is $1.80 per ride.
For more information, please call Washington County Disability, Aging & Veteran Services and speak to a trained information and assistance specialist at 1-855-ORE-ADRC (673-2372).