Last fall Spokane Transit asked the public to participate in a survey to provide input on preliminary concepts for STA Moving Forward transit projects to be implemented in September 2019. Over 1,000 people responded! Based on that feedback, along with additional technical and policy analysis, STA has developed a draft recommendation report for the September 2019 service changes available here. A follow-up […]
STA has learned that the September 2018 Service Changes affecting Route 68 Cheney Local was not working well for many customers. A survey requesting feedback on proposed changes to Route 68 is now closed. More information here.
Spokane Transit hosted an Online Open House between January 29th and February 16th to share information and gather feedback on the Central City Line (CCL). An Online Open House Summary can be found here. The online open house is now closed. Thank you for all of the feedback.
Planning for High Performance Transit Investments Interstate 90 between downtown Spokane and Spokane Valley is one of the most congested corridors in eastern Washington. Tens of thousands of daily commuters travel on highway between Coeur d’Alene and Spokane to access jobs, education services and recreation. As part of the STA Moving Forward plan, Spokane Transit
The new Monroe-Regal Line is coming to your neighborhood in 2019! As part of Spokane Transit’s Moving Forward 10-year improvement plan, Spokane Transit Authority is implementing the Monroe-Regal Line, a new High Performance Transit route that will provide frequent, reliable, all-day service along a major north-south regional travel corridor. The project will make riding the
STA is moving right along with implementing the 10-year plan, STA Moving Forward. The following changes are programmed to go into effect in September 2019 at the regular service change: Monroe-Regal High Performance Transit (HPT) Line, Upriver Transit Center at Spokane Community College, new Moran Station Park & Ride, and new South Commuter Express. More