Valley Transit in Walla Walla

For transportation needs in Walla Walla and College Place CCPT can drop you off at Valley Transit Transfer Center located at Main and 4th Streets. You can contact them at 509-525-9141 or visit them on the web at www.valleytransit.com.

Garfield County Transportation

If you need to get into Pomeroy or into the Clarkston, WA/Lewiston, ID area we can meet up at Dodge Junction with Garfield County Transportation. Please call Garfield County Transportation at 509-843-0200 or visit co.garfield.wa.us/transit/home to make your arrangements.

The Grapeline

This service connects with Ben Franklin Transit, Greyhound, and Amtrak for destinations beyond Walla Walla. Contact them on the web at www.grapeline.us or call them at 509-529-7442 or 1-877-433-4775 for more information. The Grape Line ticket and information office is located at the Valley Transit Transfer Center on the corner of Main and Fourth Streets in Walla Walla and is open daily from 11:30am to 5:15pm.

Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla
Indian Reservation Public Bus Service

The CTUIR public transportation bus has expanded its program effective July 1, 2009 with additional trips to Walla Walla. The Walla Walla Whistler bus route serves Pendleton, Mission, Athena, Weston, Milton-Freewater and the Walla Walla Transit Center. All of the Walla Walla Whistler trips are timed to meet the Grape Line bus to/from the Tri-Cities. Call 541-276-6476 for more information, or online at http://ctuir.org/tribal-services/planning/kayak-public-transit

Milton-Freewater Bus

Ride the Milton-Freewater City Bus between Milton-Freewater and Walla Walla. Connections with the Grape Line may be made at the Valley Transit Transfer Center. For more information contact Milton-Freewater City Hall at 541-938-5531. Contact them on the web at https://www.mfcity.com/public_transportation for more information.


Use Grape Line to connect with Amtrak in Pasco for farther destinations. Contact Amtrak at 800-872-7245 or on the web at www.amtrak.com for more information.

Ben Franklin Transit

Use Grape Line to connect with Ben Franklin Transit for destinations in Pasco, Kennewick, Richland, West Richland, and Prosser. Contact them at 509-735-5100 or on the web at www.bft.org for more information.

Palouse Regional Transportation Planning Organization

Palouse RTPO is the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) funded and regulated Transportation planning organization for the SE corner of Washington State.  We serve the four counties of Asotin, Garfield, Columbia, and Whitman.  Palouse RTPO was originally formed in 1993 between the four counties as a result of the Growth Management Act (GMA) to ensure local and regional coordination of transportation plans.




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