Spokane Transit provides an essential public service
For many in our community, public transit is the only means of transportation to essential destinations like grocery stores, pharmacies, and medical appointments.
We are partners with the Greater Spokane Emergency Management Response Team to ensure regional transportation needs continue to be met, and the safety of our passengers and employees will continue to be our top priority.
We will continue to provide important and rapidly changing information and updates here.
WSDH Call Center: 1-800-525-0127, then press #
NEWS & UPDATES
8/18 – The federal mandate to wear masks on public transit and in transit facilities has been extended until January 18, 2022 (TSA directive and the President’s Executive Order). STA does not have the option to reverse the policy. Learn more here.
3/18 – Profile of Transit Driver Appreciation Day
3/11 – Profile of General Repair Mechanic Christian Bigger
3/5 – Profile of Paratransit Van Operator Roy Norman
2/25 – Profile of Administrative Assistant Sarah Beal
2/18 – Profile of Transit Officer Kolten Missamore
2/11 – Profile of Jeff DeMers Training Instructor
2/5 – Profile of Jared Babbitt Receiving Clerk
1/28 – Profile of Cassie Williams Transportation Supervisor
1/21 – Profile of Holly Kent Paratransit Reservationist
1/14 – Profile of Tara Limon Associate Transit Planner
1/8 – Profile of Network Administrator Tim Elmer
What you need to know about taking the bus during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
Details on how (and how often) we disinfect STA Plaza, and what’s open and closed.
Information for current STA employees on our emergency measures.
Stay healthy at home, at work and on the bus
There are many simple things you can do help fight the spread of COVID-19.