• Bus Schedules

    Clackamas Community College's Oregon City campus is served by TriMet bus lines 32/Oatfield, 33/McLoughlin, and 99/McLoughlin Express.

      Line 32-Oatfield: From Milwaukie City Center to CCC:Weekday morning rush-hour service is every 30 minutes; mid-day service is every 40-60 minutes; evening rush-hour service is every 20-40 minutes. Saturday service is every 20-40 minutes. Please note: Only four evening rush-hourtrips depart from downtown Portland.
      McLoughlin: From downtown Portland to CCC: Weekday morning rush-hour service is every 20-35 minutes; mid-day service is every 40 minutes; evening rush-hour service is every 17-30 minutes; late-night service is hourly. Saturday service is every 40 minutes. Sunday service is every 40-60 minutes. Please note: Not all weekday trips departing downtown Portland run all the way to the Oregon City TC or CCC.
      McLoughlin Express: To downtown Portland from CCC: Seven weekday morning rush-hour trips every 17-20 minutes. From downtown Portland to CCC: Nine weekday evening rush-hour trips every 17-25 minutes.

    For more information visit: http://www.trimet.org/  

    Canby and Molalla Bus Service 

    Bus services to CCC are available from Molalla and Canby. Information on routes, schedules and rates are available at South Clackamas Transit District website: http://www.southclackamastransportation.com or call 503-632-7000. From that, click bus routes, then the Molalla to CCC schedule for more information. Canby information is available at the link at the bottom right of the page, Canby Area Transit, or call 503-266-4022. 

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