Spokane Transit provides public transportation services through fixed route (bus) service, paratransit service and vanpool to the cities of Airway Heights, Cheney, Liberty Lake, Medical Lake, Millwood, Spokane and Spokane Valley and parts of the unincorporated County.
The organization employs more than 620 people and is overseen by a 14-member regional board: nine voting elected officials from jurisdictions within the Public Transportation Benefit Area, four non-voting elected officials from area small cities, and a non-voting labor representative.
Board of Directors
The schedule of all STA public meetings, complete with links to the official agendas and minutes documents.
This is where you will find all Public Notices including Notices of Public Hearings.
Public Transportation Benefit Area
STA provides service and receives sales tax funding within the PTBA.
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STA Organization Information
Use this link to view current and recent budget documents.
Title VI Non-Discrimination Policy
STA is required to adhere to all Federal Title VI Requirements.
STA operates with a set of universal values that guide our employees in everything we do.
Rules of Conduct
View the STA Rules of Conduct and download a pdf version.
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program
STA is committed to a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Capital Improvement Program
The 2013-2018 Capital Improvement Program was approved by Spokane Transit’s Board of Directors at the October 2012 meeting.
Surplus Van Grant Program
Spokane Transit offers a Surplus Van Grant program that awards retired STA vans to qualifying applicants.
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