Public Transportation & Shuttles
Wenatchee is fortunate to have cutting edge technology in our transit system. Link currently has 12 zero emission electric buses in their fleet. Learn more here. Click here to learn about Link's Vision 2020.
Visit Link's Page about loading bicycles and check out the video to the right.
All of Link's services including fixed route, paratransit and DART are fare free.
In December 2018, the League of American Bicyclists awarded the Wenatchee Valley with a renewed “Bicycle Friendly Community” bronze status.
A local web resource for bicycling in Chelan and Douglas Counties, managed by the Chelan-Douglas Transportation Council. Check it out for bike maps, info on bike parking, a list of local bike shops and more.
Try out the interactive map to the right.
Sustainable NCW regularly participates in the Chelan Douglas Bike Forum, a quarterly forum for citizens, cyclists and organizations with an interest in bicycle transportation. The forum is coordinated and hosted by Chelan-Douglas Transportation Council.
According to PlugShare.com, as of June 2023 there are over 50 level-2 charging stations in Chelan and Douglas counties, most of which are free. There about a dozen fast chargers (CCS or CHAdeMO) and 24 Tesla SuperChargers.
A great resource regarding driving EVs in NCW. Plug-In NCW is a non-profit subsidiary of the North Central Washington Economic Development District. Plug-In NCW worked with charger hosts to “electrify” Hwy 20 over North Cascades Pass and provides 20 free high amperage level 2 (haL2) chargers throughout NCW. Check out their great monthly newsletters here.
Green Hydrogen in NCW
Hydrogen vehicles may be coming to NCW. Check out Douglas County PUD's website to learn more about their renewable hydrogen pilot.