Spokane Valley

Mirabeau Transit Center

Since its original construction, the Mirabeau Point Park and Ride has become more than a basic park and ride. It has become a focal point for transit transfer activity in the Valley as routes from the east, west and south converge. To meet growing needs, this transit center needs to be relocated and/or expanded. This

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Service to Airway Heights

Bus service to Airway Heights is nearing capacity. With expected growth in population and jobs on the West Plains, more bus trips are required to meet the demand. Enhancing Route 61, a future High Performance Transit corridor, will meet current and future demands by adding trips in peak periods and on weekends. Completion Year revised November 2020

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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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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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Boone Northwest Garage

As the STA Moving Forward 10-year plan to maintain, improve and expand public transit throughout the region becomes reality, additional space to service and store fleet vehicles is needed. The Boone Northwest Garage will not only accommodate vehicles, but also electric vehicle charging infrastructure and a vehicle washer. Vehicles to be serviced in the garage will include

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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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