Route 62A will be on a modified route all day Saturday, June 1 and Sunday, June 2 due to the closure of the Marvin Road interchange. Route 62A will end at Meridian and 4th Ave. and a shuttle bus will transport passengers to and from NE Lacey.
Intercity Transit driver Rob Wood was named best bus driver in North America at the American Public Transit Association’s 44th Annual International Bus Roadeo earlier this week in Louisville, Kentucky. Wood, along with Intercity Transit’s maintenance team of Joe Bell, James Bush and Grant Swidecki took second place in the Grand Champion team competition.
Intercity Transit’s Dial-A-Lift, local and Express bus service will operate on Sunday schedules on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27. Customer Service at the Olympia Transit Center will be open from 9 a.m. – 7 p.m. Intercity Transit’s administrative office will be closed and there is no Village Vans service on the holiday.
Read the May Rider News for an opportunity to provide public comment on the draft Transportation Improvement Program. It also includes information about Memorial Day service, joining the Bicycle Commuter Challenge, vanpooling, and the 2019 Summer Youth Pass. Pick up a copy on buses, at Customer Service or read it here!
Intercity Transit’s Bicycle Commuter Challenge is gearing up for its 32nd year. The month-long event encourages Thurston County residents and commuters to use bicycles for transportation.