FlixBus and Greyhound

Travel regionally to and from Portland with ease on FlixBus and Greyhound buses.

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It’s easy to get to and from Portland by bus with the iconic Greyhound or with German-based FlixBus. The two bus companies connect Portland with regular service to cities near and far.


Offering low fares starting at $4.99, FlixBus has been a big hit since its arrival in Portland. In addition to savings, FlixBus passengers enjoy free Wi-Fi, electrical outlets and about three inches of extra legroom compared to standard coaches. Although you board at the curb, a seat is guaranteed with the purchase of a ticket, and boarding groups keep things orderly.

FlixBus serves the Pacific Northwest with frequent service between Portland and the following locations:

  • Ellensburg, Wash.
  • Everett, Wash.
  • Olympia, Wash.
  • Seattle
  • Spokane
  • Tacoma, Wash.
  • Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
  • Corvallis, Ore.
  • Salem, Ore.
  • Eugene, Ore.

The FlixBus stop is located just north of Union Station on NW Station Way.

Greyhound Bus

Founded in 1914, Greyhound is the United States’ largest intercity bus transportation provider and connects Portland with its more than 2,400 service locations in North America. You can buy Greyhound bus tickets online, over the phone or at a Greyhound agency. The Portland Greyhound bus stop is located on Northwest Station Way and Marshall Street, north of Union Station train station and near the MAX light rail line.

Other Options

In addition to FlixBus and Greyhound, several other bus services provide convenient, affordable and frequent service to some of the most beautiful destinations in the region.

  • Cascades POINT: Seven daily trips to and from Portland and Eugene.
  • NorthWest POINT: Twice-daily service to and from Portland and Astoria.
  • The Northwest Connector (also known as The Wave): Twice-daily service to and from Portland and multiple coastal cities, including Oceanside, Cannon Beach and Lincoln City.
  • CC Rider: Weekday service from Portland to St. Helens and Astoria.
  • Central Oregon Breeze: Daily service between Portland and Bend (with twice-daily service during peak season).

Getting Around

Ample public transit and bike- and pedestrian-friendly routes making navigating Portland a breeze.

Biketown Bike-Share in Portland

Introduced in 2016, Portland’s bike-share program brings 1,000 smart bicycles to the central city.

Portland Streetcar

The City of Roses built the nation’s first modern-day streetcar in 2001: the sleek and modern Portland Streetcar.

Bus Service

The TriMet bus system, which covers the city and its suburbs, offers low fares, friendly drivers and full wheelchair accessibility.