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Fairchild AFB Guide_2019 Getting to and Around Public Transportation

Spokane Transit Authority

1230 W. Boone Ave.
Spokane, WA 99201 509-325-6000

Spokane Transit Authority’s mass transit system covers 371 square miles with more than 35 bus routes. The mass transit system serves Airway Heights, Cheney, Medical Lake, Millwood, Liberty Lake, Spokane, Spokane Valley and unincorporated areas of the county. Paratransit services are available.

Spokane Transit Authority also operates Vanpool, a service that helps people who live and work in the same area commute together. The service uses seven-, 12- or 15-passenger vans and is available even in the areas outside fixed bus route service. Visit www.commutefindernw.com/van-pool for more information.

Visit the Spokane Transit Authority website for more information on bus routes, fares and park and ride locations.

Travel Washington

Washington State Department of Transportation’s Travel Washington program provides statewide travel options, connecting towns and rural communities with major transportation hubs. The Gold Line of Travel Washington serves Spokane and offers two round trips daily between Spokane and Kettle Falls, Washington. Boarding spots include a location in Deer Park, the Hastings Road Park & Ride in North Spokane, the Spokane Intermodal Center, the Spokane Transit Authority Plaza and the airport.

For more information on bus schedules and fares, visit Gold Line’s website.


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