Wahkiakum Ferry

Ride the last Ferry on the Lower Columbia River. Wahkiakum County welcomed their new ferry, the "Oscar B" on February 27, 2015. The ferry operates 365 days a year, a minimum of 18 runs per day. Office Hours, 8am - 5pm, Monday through Friday. Departure Times: From the Washington side on the hour from 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 pm, from the Oregon side on the ¼ after the hour from 5:15 a.m. to 10:15 p.m.


River Cities Transit

RiverCities Transit offers transportation within the Longview-Kelso city limits. RiverCities Transit Lift para-transit services is door to door transportation for the disabled (360) 442-5667. Certification is required for para-transit services and forms are available through the office. Bus schedules and information are available on the website or by contacting the office or at Longview and Kelso City Halls.


 One-Way Ticket (Adult and Students)  $1.00

 One-Way Ticket (Reduced*)  $ 0.50

 One Day Pass (Adults and Students)  $2.00


Senior Transportation - Lower Columbia Community Action Program (CAP)

SERVICES PROVIDED: Senior transportation is available to Cowlitz and Wahkiakum seniors age 60 and over. By wheelchair accessible van for Longview, Kelso, and Lexington residents who live outside the CUBS service who are to come into town for medical appointments and shopping services. Volunteer drivers are available to transport people for medical appointments in the Portland/Vancouver area, and as far north as Seattle (the wheelchair van is not available for those trips). Due to budget constraints, this service is limited to two round trips per month per client.


Lower Columbia Community Action Program (CAP)

The Lower Columbia Community Action Program (CAP) is a non-government, non-profit organization which provides comprehensive social services to people in need. CAP's services include:

 HELP Warehouse – Food Banks

 Energy and Housing Services

 Meals on Wheels

 Employment and Training

 CAP Transportation

 Homeless Services

 Career & Family Development Program

 Financial Independence



Gabriel Project

The Gabriel Project is a Pro-Life movement offering parish-based pastoral care to women in a crisis pregnancies. Gabriel volunteers, called Angels, work with the mother throughout the pregnancy and beyond, providing a variety of services based on the mother's needs. Services include but are not limited to  such things as transportation to doctor appointments, housing assistance, providing household and baby items, and moral/emotional support. For more information, contact Norma Peters, Cowlitz County Gabriel Project Coordinator at 360-636-4553.


Greyhound Bus Lines

Founded in 1914, Greyhound Lines, Inc. is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation, serving more than 3,800 destinations with 13,000 daily departures across North America. It has become an American icon, providing safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to nearly 25 million passengers each year. The Greyhound running dog is one of the most-recognized brands in the world.