Northwest Spokane

West Central Improvements

This plan proposes to create better frequency through the West Central neighborhood and allow for north/south connections to occur throughout the city without having to go downtown. For example, West Central residents will be able to go to a nearby grocery store without transferring at the Plaza.

Monroe – Regal Line

As part of Spokane Transit’s Moving Forward 10-year improvement plan, the Spokane Transit Authority (STA) is implementing the Monroe-Regal Line, a new high performance route that will provide frequent, reliable, all-day service along this major regional travel corridor. Service and bus stop improvements will make riding the bus a faster, more convenient, and comfortable way of …

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Improve reliability for bus service on Division Street and Sprague Avenue

The Sprague Line will see passenger amenity improvements throughout the corridor. Consistent with revitalization efforts along East Sprague Avenue in the City of Spokane and requests of business owners in the City of Spokane Valley, improved passenger amenities would support continued growth of the Sprague Line. In the interim, Route 90 will no longer layover …

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Increase Weekend Service on Wellesley Avenue

Route 33 was previously an hourly service on Wellesley Avenue on Saturdays. Route 33 serves as a crosstown connection for customers traveling in North Spokane and the frequency was often inadequate to make many north-south connections. By improving the frequency to every 15 minutes, more people are now able to make more timely connections.

Extend Saturday Night Service

Saturday night service presents a great opportunity to meet a new demand at the lowest price. Based upon customer input asking for additional night service, STA has extended Saturday night service past 11 p.m.

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