||We propose an efficient scheme for the implementation of quantum information transfer in a onedimensional
coupled resonator waveguide. We show that, based on the effective long-range dipole-dipole
interactions between the atoms mediated by the cavity modes, Raman transitions between the atoms trapped in different nodes can take place. Quantum information could be transferred directly between the opposite ends of the coupled waveguide without involving the intermediate nodes via either Raman transitions or the stimulated Raman adiabatic passages. Since this scheme, in principle, is a one-step protocol, it may provide useful applications in quantum communications.