community guide to Eugene and beyond
Getting to Eugene is easy. The city hosts Mahlon Sweet Airport (EUG) and Amtrak. National bus services stop here daily.
Once in Eugene, visitors find a well developed city and county bus system and taxi and shuttle services, too. Car rentals are always available. The comprehensive walking and bicycle trail network connects the city with its lush, natural environment.
Located 7 miles NW of
downtown Eugene, Oregon.
Among the benefits of membership in this travel agency are travel planning, vehicle sales, roadside assistance, insurance, passport photos and international driving licensing. AAA offers travel debit cards, foreign currency, travel publications and useful travel products.
Eugene: 541-484-0661 Springfield: 541-741-8200
Journeys Peak Travel (formerly known as Ambassador Travel)
Professional Travel People.
The Greater Eugene Area Riders (Eugene Bicycle Coalition joined GEARS)
to promote and encourage bicycle riding for transportation and recreation.
Renting and delivering bicycles, and bicycle accessories in Eugene, and Springfield
We now offer discount auto rentals for the Eugene area.
There is no charge for this public safety service (student ID required). A pleasant "Thank You" will suffice
Eugene’s first bio-fueled taxi company.
"One Call Does It All
Let Us Find The Quickest Cab For You!"
Jerry's Taxicab Co
Taxi service for the Eugene area. 541.688.8761
Specializing in Airport service. They can be reached at 541.434.8294
Transportation to Portland or Corvallis and back to Eugene.
Corvallis (541) 926-2525
Salem (503) 364-4444
Shared ride door-to-door transportation. Book your next trip to the airport online.
Get a lift up the mountain this winter in safety and comfort on a luxury motorcoach.
Rail travel for the United States.
The Center for Appropriate Transport is a non-profit organization, located in Eugene, committed to community involvement in manufacturing, using, and advocating sustainable modes of transportation.