How UTrans or UCAN Medicaid Transport Can Help
In Douglas County, UCAN operates the UTrans public transit system. UTrans offers convenient, comfortable bus service along several routes through Roseburg. UTrans also provides commuter service along I-5 south to Canyonville and north to Sutherlin.
In addition, if you have a qualifying disability, you can obtain service direct from your home if you live within 3/4 of a mile from where our buses typically operate.
To learn more about routes, schedules, rates, and guidelines for riding, you can call (541) 440-6500 or go to our UTrans website.
If you need transportation to a medical appointment, UCAN may also be able to help. UCAN helps qualifying passengers get to their doctor's appointments through participation in Trans-Link. To learn more about how you can use this service, see the information under Getting Help Elsewhere below.
Finding Help Elsewhere
If you would like to talk to someone about transportation options in your community, you can contact 211 info by dialing 211 toll-free anywhere in the State of Oregon.
Josephine County Transit (JCT) provides regular bus service in Grants Pass, and commuter service to Cave Junction along US Highway 199 and to Wolf Creek along I-5. JCT also provides commuter service to Medford, Oregon. For more information on JCT, you can call (541) 474-5452 or go to their website.
If you need door-to-door service within a Douglas County community, and cannot use UTrans paratransit service, call Douglas Rides Community Transportation at (888) 232-8121.
If you are an Oregon Health Plan patient located in Josephine or Douglas County and need transportation to a non-emergency doctor's appointment, you may call the following numbers to schedule a medical transportation ride:
Members of AllCare: (541) 479-7920
Members of Umpqua Health Alliance: (877) 324-8109
Members of all other CCOs: (888) 518-8160