Transportation

Whether you bike, take a bus, drive a car, or take a plane to get to, or around, Grants Pass, the transportation information below has something for you.

BikingScenic Biking - Courtesy of Nomeca Hartwell - Photo Call 2008

Check out the Bicycling in Grants Pass page to find maps, suggested trails within the Grants Pass area, rules of the road and bicycle safety information.

Go to the League of American Bicyclists website for bicycling information. Read the League of American Bicyclists' smart cycling tips to learn more about riding safely and performing maintenance on your bike.

For cycling trips outside the urban area, see the Cycling page on the Travel Grants Pass website.

Traveling by Bus

Josephine County BusPublic Transit

Public transportation within Grants Pass is administered by Josephine County.

Greyhound

The current Greyhound in Grants Pass in at 1802 Northwest 6th Street (Carl's Jr. parking lot).

Go to the Greyhound website for more information on the station, hours, and to book a trip. The contact telephone number is (800) 231-2222. (Google map)

Traveling by Car

Caveman Bridge Destinations - Courtesy of Karen Fahey Visiting the Grants Pass area in the winter? The roads can sometimes be challenging. Avoid the danger by downloading and reviewing the Winter Driving Guide (PDF) to see what you can do to prepare.

Check out the Oregon Department of Transportation Tripcheck website for information on local road conditions and for roads throughout Oregon.

Taking a Plane

Rogue Valley International Airport (MFR)

The Rogue Valley International Airport is in Medford, about a 30 minute drive from Grants Pass. It is the closest international airport. (Google map)

Grants Pass Airport

Grants Pass Airport is used for helicopters and small private aircraft only. Their phone number is 541-955-4535 (Google map)