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  • Randal O’Toole: Better transit need not cost more

    Rather than giant, battery-powered buses or immobile transit centers, experience has shown that the one sure way to increase transit ridership is to offer more transit service. STA can do …

  • Public transit systems see big ridership gains

    Americans are boarding public buses, trains and subways in greater numbers than any time since the suburbs began booming, according to new ridership numbers. Public transit passengers took nearly 10.7 …

  • STA giving all-electric buses a tryout

    A shiny, new, all-electric Chinese bus is running on Spokane routes this month under a special demonstration through a U.S. branch of BYD Co. Ltd. Spokane Transit Authority was invited …

  • STA plans West Plains service upgrades

    Spokane Transit Authority has reached the first stop on its way to developing a new park-and-ride facility at the Medical Lake interchange on Interstate 90. Transit officials are in the …

  • Getting There: Country Homes causeway will be replaced with swale

    An asphalt causeway in the middle of Country Homes Boulevard north of Five Mile Road is going to be removed and replaced in a major construction project next year. For …

  • State workers to get parking, bus breaks

    Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill into law Saturday that lets state employees pay for their work-related parking and transit costs using pretax earnings. Democratic Rep. Sam Hunt of Olympia …

  • Getting There: STA increasing buses to EWU

    One out of every five people traveling weekdays on state Highway 904 between Four Lakes and Cheney is riding the bus. As many as 4,500 people make the journey from …

  • Getting There: After two-year slump, STA ridership on the rise

    Ridership on Spokane Transit Authority buses has resumed its pattern of growth following a downturn in boardings in the wake of the economic recession. STA last week said the final …

  • Getting There: Groups will study transit growth

    A series of transit advisory groups will convene starting Wednesday to plan for future improvements on four major corridors in the Spokane region. The routes are: downtown to Liberty Lake …

  • Getting There: Road work closes STA Plaza’s smoking area

    Smokers outside the Spokane Transit Authority bus station downtown are going to have to take a hike from now on. STA over the weekend removed the Plaza’s small designated smoking …

  • Getting There: Bridge at Sullivan getting fix

    Drivers on Sullivan Road at the Spokane River are going to be taking a small detour in coming weeks. The Spokane Valley City Council has approved temporary repairs to the …

  • Education Notes: Buses run 30 minutes later on Thursdays

    School is back in session and for parents that means getting their kids to class on time. But, each Thursday, beginning today in the Spokane Public Schools District, students will …

  • STA eliminates two bus routes

    Two little-used bus routes that serve park-and-ride lots in Spokane were eliminated in a vote Wednesday by the Spokane Transit Authority board of directors.

  • STA offers solutions to bus fuss

    Spokane Transit Authority held the first of two public meetings Saturday about bus service in Browne’s Addition. About 20 people showed up soon after the doors opened.



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