CARTS: Connecting Rural Marion and Polk Counties

If you live in rural Marion and Polk counties, Salem-Keizer Transit connects you with the places you want to go through the Chemeketa Area Regional Transportation System (CARTS). CARTS buses run Monday through Friday, and CARTS Routes 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 all connect to the downtown Salem Transit Mall. CARTS provides public transportation service to the following communities: 

CARTS10 – Woodburn/Salem
Woodburn
Gervais
Brooks

CARTS20 – Silverton/Salem
Mt. Angel
Silverton

CARTS30 – Canyon Connector
Gates
Mill City
Lyons
Mehama
Stayton
Sublimity
Aumsville
Turner

CARTS40 – Polk County
Dallas
Monmouth
Independence

CARTS50 – Dallas/Salem Express
Dallas
Rickreall

 

Flex Routes

Use transit in your area without having to travel into Salem. Rides on CARTS flex routes must be scheduled two business days in advance. CARTS buses can make deviations for any passenger who requests it. However, the number of deviations may be limited in order to keep the bus on schedule. To make a reservation, call the TripLink Call Center at 503-315-5544.  

CARTS25 – North Marion
Woodburn
Mt. Angel
Silverton

CARTS35  Canyon Corridor
Sublimity
Aumsville
Turner
Stayton

CARTS45 – Polk Connector
Independence
Monmouth
Dallas

 

CARTS Connections

  • Cherriots in Salem and Keizer. Most CARTS buses go to the Salem Transit Mall where Cherriots buses can be met.  Hop on a Cherriots bus to West Salem's Glen Creek Transit Center to connect with Yamhill County Transit to get to Amity and McMinnville.
  • Canby Area Transit (CAT) connects with the Woodburn/Salem CARTS route at Bi-Mart in Woodburn and can connect with SMART & TriMet.
  • South Metro Area Regional Transit (SMART) can be caught at the Transit Mall & will take you to Wilsonville where you can also connect with TriMet in Portland.