Downtown Spokane

Sprague Line

View the Sprague Line Corridor Development Plan here. The Sprague Line is an important element of STA’s envisioned High Performance Transit (HPT) Network and a commitment of the STA Moving Forward plan which was approved by regional voters in 2016. The implementation of High Performance Transit between Downtown Spokane and Spokane Valley will provide an

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City Line

Project Development Update (January 2020): This plan has evolved into a fully funded project and STA has decided to brand the service as simply City Line. You can view the new brand at the CityLine website. In March 2019, the FTA and their Project Management Oversight Contractor (PMOC) began the Scope, Schedule, Cost and Risk review

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Improved Amenities and Service on North Division Street – Larger Buses (phase two)

The enhancement of Route 25 Division will increase capacity by increasing the size of the buses and improving reliability of the route. The busiest route in the system will also see interim passenger amenity improvements until a High Performance Transit capacity study is complete. In the interim, Route 25 will no longer layover at the

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SCC Transit Center

The SCC Transit Center, planned to be located at Spokane Community College, will serve as a multi-modal transit hub for both regular bus routes, and as the eastern end point to the Central City Line. The SCC Transit Center will accommodate added routes and recovery times from the STA Plaza, and will help eliminate unnecessary trips

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