Who Governs Intercity Transit?
Intercity Transit is governed by an nine-member Board of Directors, the Intercity Transit Authority. The Authority consists of five elected officials who represent the Thurston County Board of Commissioners and the Cities of Lacey, Tumwater, Olympia, and Yelm. Three members are Citizen Representatives appointed by the Board, and one member is a labor representative.
Except for the labor representative, board members represent, and must live in, the public transportation benefit area. A Citizen Representative's term is three years, and the elected officials serve at the pleasure of their respective mayors and Commissioners.
The Authority sets policy and direction for the agency.
When does The Authority Meet?
Authority meetings: First Wednesdays, 5:30 p.m.
Work sessions: Third Wednesdays, 5:30 p.m.
Special meetings: As needed.
Where does the Authority Meet?
Authority meets in the Board room at our Business Office, 526 Pattison Street SE, Olympia, WA, 98501.
Routes 62A, 62B, and 66 serve this location.
For information about the Business Office's accessibility for people with disabilities, see our contacts page.
Who May Attend Authority Meetings?
Meetings and work sessions are open to the public. A public comment period occurs at each meeting shortly after the 5:30 p.m. start. Individuals may speak for three minutes. Speakers must sign in just prior to the start of the meeting. Please silence your cell phone or pager before the meeting.
Contact Rhodetta Seward,
Fax: 360-357-6184, fax
View the meeting calendar for agendas and meeting highlights.
Intercity Transit Authority