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Welcome to the BTS "Links" page. Although we call it our links to friends, we haven't actually checked to make sure they all consider us their friend. These are links to folks that we believe have incredibly useful information for our customers.
We also aspire to be their friend.

The Corvallis Transit System The City of Corvallis subsidized a private transit company from 1970 through January 1981. Compensation was paid from a combination of City general fund dollars and state transit funds. The service offered limited routes and operating hours. In the late 1970's the City began looking at expanding the system and in 1979 received a state grant to purchase three buses.
Lane Transit District Lane Transit District began as a bus company with 18 buses and two vans in 1970 but has grown and changed along with the community. Since 1970, awareness of the relationship between automobile traffic and quality of life has increased.
Rogue Valley Transportation District RVTD provides public transportation to the southern Oregon cities of Ashland, Talent, Phoenix, Medford, White City, Central Point, and Jacksonville. RVTD's main office is located at 3200 Crater Lake Avenue, in Medford, Oregon. Our Transfer Station is located at 200 S. Front Street in Medford. Offering a variety of community transportation programs, such as Valley Lift, Senior Express, Job Express, and Translink, RVTD is a growing community solution for the Rogue Valley. For more information, please navigate our site, or contact us at the numbers listed below.
Salem Keizer Transit The Salem Keizer Transit—better known as the Cherriots—was formed by a vote of the Salem/Keizer area electorate in 1979, with the purpose of consolidating transit services within the urban growth boundary and securing an ongoing funding base for the operation of the system. A nine-member, elected Board of Directors was called for in the enabling legislation (later changed to the present-day’s seven-member Board), and the new Board took over the staffing and operation of the Cherriots system from the City of Salem, in July 1981. Today’s seven-member Board provides the policy direction for a 70-bus transit operation serving nearly 200,000 residents in the Salem and Keizer urban areas. The District is developing a new strategic plan and 10-year financial plan which will maintain the services now offered by Cherriots, as well as plan for and provide the resources for the continued improvement of public transit services in the future.
South Metro Area Rapid Transit System SMART is part of a regional mass-transit solution, providing a long-term solution to local area traffic congestion.
Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District From the modest beginnings of horse-drawn rail cars on First Avenue in the early 1870s, public transit in Portland has flourished, declined, and gone through a resurgence.
The Oregon Transit Association In 1978, Oregon's three major public transit districts established the Oregon Transit Association as a nonprofit organization to represent them at the State Capitol. Today, the OTA claims more than 60 members. OTA members support activities of this professional organization through the payment of annual dues. Dues vary according to membership category. Each category of membership is represented on the OTA Board of Directors. The Assocation also offers non-voting Associate memberships to friends of transit.
ODOT Public Transit Division The Oregon Department of Transportation's (ODOT) Public Transit Division (PTD) partners with others to expand quality transportation choices for all Oregonians. Our goal is to build a network of community transportation services for those that cannot or do not drive, and to help connect small communities with intercity passenger services. Our role in the urban areas has been as a partner in policy development and coordination of transportation resources. With a small core of professional staff, Public Transit Division distributes federal and state funds for public transportation planning, special needs transportation and small city general public transportation.
Klamath County Welcome to Klamath County, Oregon, home to Crater Lake National Park, the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway, and Oregon's City of Sunshine, Klamath Falls. Klamath County is home to approximately 70,000 people, with about 21,000 of those peole residing in the city limits of Klamath Falls. Klamath County is situated in south central Oregon. The county is bounded on the south by California, on the east by Lake County, on the north by Deschutes County, and on the west by Jackson and Douglas Counties. The county, Oregon's fourth largest, has 6,135 square miles.
Klamath Falls International Airport The Klamath Falls Airport is located in southern Oregon halfway between Portland, Oregon and San Francisco, California on the east side of the Cascade Mountains 60 miles south of picturesque Crater Lake National Park. The Klamath Falls Airport offers full general aviation services and is home to the Oregon Air National Guard 173rd Fighter Wing.
City of Klamath Falls Located in the south central region of Oregon and bordering northern California, Klamath Falls sits on the southern shore of the Upper Klamath Lake, nestled in the Klamath Basin on the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains. Klamath Falls enjoys nearly 300 days of sunshine each year. The City of Klamath Falls, seat of Klamath County, has a population of approximately 21,000 within the City limits, with an additional 25,000+ population in the surrounding urban growth boundary. Steeped in history, the area offers an outstanding array of natural and cultural wonders. Just sixty miles south of Crater Lake, and seventy miles north of Mt. Shasta, south central Oregon is unsurpassed for beauty and diversity of activities. From class 4 white water rafting on the Klamath River, to the Ross Ragland Theatre, to spelunking in the Lava Beds National Park, to the largest northern US population of wintering Bald Eagles, to the greatest concentration of fall waterfowl on the west coast, the region boasts landscapes, climates, and activities for you and your family that are dramatically varied.
Klamath County Chamber of Commerce The Klamath County Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to our community website. It is our pleasure to provide some history and insight into our community as you browse this site. Klamath County is the fourth largest county in Oregon encompassing more than 6100 square miles. Considered high desert, the region basks in an average of 300 days of sunshine per year. Klamath Lake, which covers 133 square miles, borders the city of Klamath Falls on the north and is the largest natural lake west of the Great Salt Lake. We think of our area as the best-kept secret in Oregon. Please let us know if there is any information that you were looking for that you did not find. We hope you enjoy browsing through our site!

The ODOT Trip check Road Cams You'll find a variety of general information here, including info about the TripCheck site, links to tourism sites, trucking info, and more. And try our new Mileage Calculator!

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