Plan your Car-Free Astoria Trip!
Learn about the many car-free transportation options in Astoria.
NW Connector offers public transportation in northwest Oregon. Try their route mapping tools as you plan your trip.
From Portland (Union Station)
- Take the NorthWest POINT: Portland to Astoria, with stops in Cannon Beach and Seaside
- Take the NW Connector (SETD Lower Columbia Connector route): Portland to Astoria, along the Columbia River
- Both options take about 3 hours
Astoria Transit Center
The Astoria Transit Center at Marine Drive and 9th Street provides connections to destinations downtown, as well as connections to Warrenton, Seaside, and Cannon Beach.
Once you arrive in Astoria, getting around Astoria on foot or by shuttle is easy:
The paved Astoria Riverwalk stretches over 5 miles from the eastern end of town to Pier 3 at the western end of town, and is within blocks of Astoria’s downtown. Taking a stroll or riding your bike along the Riverwalk is the perfect way to explore all Astoria has to offer.
SETD’s Route #10 has many stops within Astoria, and accesses popular sites including downtown, the Maritime Museum, and attractions on the east end of town.
You can hail a number of reliable cab companies that service the area, including Mom’s Cab and Royal Cab.
By Trolley (Just for Fun!)
The beloved Astoria Riverfront Trolley runs along the Riverwalk – hop on and hop off to some of Astoria’s most popular destinations. You can flag the Trolley down at any location.
Note: The Trolley does not run on a schedule and may be subject to weather or other closures. The Trolley has not been retrofitted to be ADA-accessible. For more information, visit old300.org
While you’re on the coast, it’s easy to visit Seaside and Cannon Beach!
- Take the NorthWest POINT: Southbound to Cannon Beach, with stops in Seaside
- Take the NW Connector (SETD Route 101): Southbound to Seaside, with three stops in town
- Take the NW Connector (SETD Pacific Connector): Southbound to Cannon Beach, with stops in Seaside