June 2022

Senator Marko Liias visits Spokane Transit

STA was excited to welcome Senator Marko Liias, chair of the Senate Transportation Committee, to Spokane to tour transportation projects and plans around the region on Friday, June 10. As chair of the Senate Transportation Committee, Sen. Liias championed the 2022 Move Ahead Washington transportation package which will invest nearly $17 billion in transportation resources across the state over the next 16 years. STA CEO E. Susan Meyer welcomed […]

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Hoopfest 2022

Easily Get To & From the Action! All-Day Pass Just $2.00!A Spokane Transit Day Pass is good for one full day of unlimited rides on any STA bus route on either Saturday or Sunday. There is no need to pre-purchase this pass. You can buy it on any bus. Valid STA bus passes will also

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Ride Transit Month

June is National Ride Transit Month and a great time for Spokane area residents to take advantage of the benefits of public transit!  Riding the bus helps ease the pain at the pump while reducing your carbon footprint. Simply commute by bus, carpool/vanpool, bike, or even walk instead of driving alone. Then track your commutes here to be

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Planning Continues on I-90/Valley Corridor Development

The tens of thousands of daily commuters traveling between Coeur d’Alene and Spokane have made Interstate 90, between Spokane Valley and downtown, one of the most congested corridors in eastern Washington. As part of the STA Moving Forward plan, Spokane Transit is addressing the problem by preparing to deliver new service and infrastructure to give people better

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