Now Under Construction
Spokane Transit currently has four major construction projects in the works and many more in the planning stages. If you want to see details about all the projects in the STA Moving Forward plan, visit STAMovingForward.com.
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. Visit the Monroe-Regal project page at STAMovingForward.com for details.
A park and ride for existing and future bus service will be constructed near the intersection of 57th Avenue and the Palouse Highway. The facility is expected to draw commuters from southeast Spokane traveling to employment centers within Spokane. Visit the Moran Station Park & Ride project page at STAMovingForward.com for details.
Spokane Transit is designing a new transit station to be located on the campus of Spokane Falls Community College. The Spokane Falls Station will allow hundreds of students and other passengers to take transit in a convenient location, reducing the number of people who have to cross busy Fort George Wright Drive to take the bus. The station will be served by STA routes 20 and 33 and construction is underway. Visit the Spokane Falls Station project page at STAMovingForward.com for details. A history of the planning for this corridor can be viewed here.
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. Visit the SCC Transit Center project page at STAMovingForward.com for details.