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Transit Program Services

Rick Wake

Transit Coordinator

RickW@ctsi.nsn.us
541-444-3842 or 800-922-1399 ext. 1343
Fax: 541-444-8362

STTS Commitee

The Siletz Tribal Transit System (STTS) Committee is the transit advisory body for Tribal public transit programs.  Members of the committee include a representative from the Tribal GSA Program, Elders Program, Clinic, Planning and Lincoln County Transit.  The Veterans Coordinator is also an invited member. For more information, and to volunteer, contact Rick Wake (information above).

The committee meets bi-monthly, and on-call as needed. NOTE: meetings are currently being held remotely, during Covid restrictions.

Current Committee Members

Rick Wake

Planning

Heidi Lussier

GSA Program

Jeff Green

CHA/Medical Transport, Clinic

Anita Bailor

Programs Mgr. I

Rachelle Endres

Vocational Rehab.

AJ Warren & Brian Crump

Elders Program

Cynda Bruce

General Mgr., Lincoln Co. Transit

Invited

Tony Molina

Tribal Veterans

Invited

Agendas

Agenda Template (Ver 1)

None at this time.

Minutes

Minutes Template (Ver 1)

None at this time.

About the Program

Transit Services consists of two components: Service provided directly by the Tribe, or public transit services available to Tribal members with Tribal ID. To learn more about these services, read below.

Services Provided Directly by the Tribe

Through a network of Tribally-owned vans and busses, Tribal members receive transportation to:

  • Scheduled group activities
  • Congregate meals for Elders
  • Medical appointments

and other destinations for which other public or private transportation services is not readily available. These services are available on an as-needed basis in Lincoln County and at each of our three Tribal area offices (Portland, Salem, and Eugene). To schedule transportation services from the Tribe, contact the relevant Tribal program, including; Elders, Health Services, Employment, Culture, and Education.

Scheduling Tribal Transportation

Call 541-444-9633 to schedule a Tribal Non-Emergency Medical Transportation. You can leave a message for scheduling medical transportation twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

To read more about the Tribal Non-Emergency Medical Transportation, visit this link.

To schedule rides with other programs, visit the Services & Programs page and select the program you’re wanting to contact.

Scheduled Public Transit Services

Through a federal Tribal Transit grant awarded to the Tribe, we have contracted with Lincoln County Transit to greatly expand the services available to Tribal members (and other community members) in Siletz and along the most frequently traveled corridors stretching from Toledo to Newport to Lincoln City.

As part of our agreement with the county, Tribal Members can ride for free on county buses by showing their Tribal ID.

Bus Schedule

Lincoln County Bus Schedule

Newport City Loop Bus Schedule

Lincoln City Loop Bus Schedule

External Links

To learn more information, click on the links below.

Information to Plan Your Trip

TripCheck

Driving Cost Calculator

Western Oregon NOAA Weather Forecast

Oregon Weather Summary

Gas and Alternative Fuel Information

Gas Prices – Gas Buddy

Alternative Fueling Locator

Information on Carbon Footprints

Climate Change in Oregon

Air Quality Index