Transportation

Corvallis Bike MapFinding alternate transportation methods conserves resources, reduces your carbon footprint, and utilizes local resources available in the community.

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Bike

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This PDF version of the City of Corvallis Bike Path Map can be printed out as a resource for exploring Corvallis.

Publications

Oregon Parks & Recreation Department shared that bicycle accidents are a leading cause of injuries in Oregon State Parks. These Bicycle Safety tips help keep drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians on the lookout for each other.

Bicycle Transportation Alliance is working on updating the Bike & Pedestrian Oregon Legislature.

The Bicycle Transportation Alliance is at work across Oregon, in classrooms, on the streets, and advocating for safe, accessible transportation in our state through Biking & Walking Education.

The Bicycle Transportation Alliance produced A Legal Guide for Oregon Bicyclists of information about bicycles and the law in Oregon.

The Willamette Pedestrian Coalition produced the Oregon Pedestrian Rights: A Legal Guide for Persons on Foot with useful resource for understanding pedestrian rights in Oregon.

Resources

Corvallis Bicycle Collective - A volunteer, charitable, non-profit dedicated to giving as many people as possible access as one of the safest, healthiest, most affordable, and environmentally sustainable forms of transportation.

City of Corvallis Bike & Pedestrian Programs promotes city activities supporting biking and walking around town.

Corvallis Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission provides guidance and advice on biking and pedestrian issues.

Cycle Oregon is a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming individuals and communities through bicycling.

League of American Bicyclists promotes bicycling for fun, fitness and transportation and work through advocacy and education for a bicycle-friendly America.

Mid-Valley Bicycle Club (MVBC) is a local bike club that sponsors bike events and bike routes.

Oregon Department of Transportation Bike & Pedestrian Program is a statewide program providing activities supporting biking and walking, as well as useful resources.

Oregon Bicycle Transportation Alliance is a non-profit membership organization promoting bicycling and striving to improve bicycling conditions in Oregon.

Oregon Active Transportation Summit is a conference shaping our transportation future.

Portland State University Initiative for Bicycle & Pedestrian Innovation is the center for research and learning focused on bicycle and pedestrian travel.

Transportation Action Team through Corvallis Sustainability Coalition works to help make Corvallis more sustainable through walking, biking, public transit, and other alternatives to single-occupancy vehicles.

 

Bus

Corvallis Transit Route MapTools

City of Corvallis Transit System is a free public transit service for the City of Corvallis. CTS has a new "Where's My Bus" feature, offering real-time bus information.

Dial-A-Bus is a non-profit program provides transportation services to seniors over 60 years of age and ADA certified disabled people of all ages who are unable to use the Corvallis Transit System.

99 Express provides transportation services to and from Adair village four times per day. Each bus has wheelchair lifts as well as bike racks.

Through Dial-A-Bus, the Coast to Valley Express is a west bound service transporting passengers from the Albany Amtrak Station, Corvallis Transit and Hilton Garden Inn, to Philomath, Eddyville, Toledo, Newport, and the Hatfield Marine Science Center.

Greyhound Bus is one of the largest intercity bus transportations, serving across North America. The Greyhound of Corvallis, OR hours of operations and information can be found here.

Publications

City of Corvallis has provided Riding the Bus information with resources on How to Read a Corvallis Transit System Map, planning your route, the bus stop, boarding the bus, and riding and exiting the bus.

Resources

Corvallis Transit System Customer Service and Lost and Found services information.

 

Car

Tools

OSU Extension Service has provided a table to Calculate Your Own Transportation Footprint for a week.

With Drive Less. Connect. you can register and connect with other people locally to arrange carpooling or find a biking partner. You can also log your trips to find out your financial and environmental savings.

This list and map of local Electric Car Charging Station Locations can be used to keep your electric car running.

Enterprise CarShare program allows you to reserve a car by hourly rentals, arrange to keep the vehicle overnight, and has a variety of cars available.

Publications

This page has information and Tips for Getting Faster DMV Service.

Resources

Serving Benton and Linn counties, Beaver Cab provides friendly, reliable transportation. You can call the service 24 hours a day.

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Enterprise Rent-A-Car offers a variety of car leasing, replacement rentals, carpooling, car sharing, and hourly rental programs. 

Hertz Car Rental offers car rental with great online reservation rates. Hertz also has car rental locations at all major airports across the world.

The authorized smart car dealer for the Portland area, Smart Center of Portland provides the community with quality vehicles, knowledgeable staff and top-level service.

 

Pedestrian

Tools

OSU Extension Service has provided a table to Calculate Your Own Transportation Footprint for a week.

There are currently about 5,000 trees on the Oregon State University campus, with new trees being planted each year. This Campus Tree Tour app is free to use and will teach you about the type of tree, leaf type, bloom, if it is native to Oregon, and the page number to reference in the OSU Extension Trees to Know handbook.

The Right Trail is a comprehensive, interactive resource for trails in Benton County, Oregon. Plan the right bike or hiking trail, seeing birds, wildlife, find picnic areas, and wildlife watching.

Publications

Oregon Parks & Recreation Department has Hiking Safety tips to help prepare safely for hiking and any unplanned events that may occur. Hiking safety tips include items to carry with you, what to do if you are lost, and being prepared.

Center for Disease Control & Prevention provides the Walk This Way! Taking Steps for Pedestrian Safety article about taking steps to be safe when walking on or near roadways. Including being cautious at intersections, crosswalks, increasing visibility, and carrying flashlights at night.

Resources

Corvallis Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission provides guidance and advice on biking and pedestrian issues.

Marys Peak Group Oregon Sierra Club operates from Corvallis, Oregon and serves Benton, Lincoln, Linn, Marion, and Polk counties. For the Marys Peak Group Outings calendar, be sure to visit their website for more information.

Hiking, biking, horse riding, events, things to do, hotels, and restaurants. Visit Corvallis is a non-profit organization marketing Corvallis and Benton County destinations.

 

Train

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Amtrak Travel with Bicycles - Make a reservation for you and your bike aboard Amtrak Cascades. There are two options, you can use one of their onboard bike racks, or box your bicycle and check it as baggage.

Publications

Useful tips and information for Riding on Amtrak for the First Time so that travelers can make their first journey by train.

Resources

Amtrack - All you need to know About Amtrak. This National Railroad Passenger Corporation, is working to deliver high quality, safe, on-time passenger service.

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