Rider News - September 2018

Read the September Rider News for information about the September 23, 2018 service changes, Intercity Transit funding on the Nov. 6 Ballot, Olympia Transit Center Expansion project and more! Pick up a copy on buses, at Customer Service in the Olympia Transit Center or read it here.

Rider News - August 2018

Read the August Rider News for information about the September 23, 2018 service changes, the draft Transit Development Plan, Labor Day bus service, staying connected with Intercity Transit in real-time and more! Pick up a copy on buses, at Customer Service in the Olympia Transit Center or read it here.

Rider News - July 2018

Read the July Rider News for information about the taking the IT Road Trip survey for a chance to win one of two $250 VISA gift cards, an update to our proposed September 23, 2018 service changes, a job opportunity and more! Pick up a copy on the bus, at Customer Service in the Olympia Transit Center or read it here.

Rider News - June 2018

Read this month's Rider News for information about Ride Transit Month, riding the bus to community events, an Independence Day service reminder, Summer Youth Passes, and more! Pick up a copy on the bus, at Customer Service in the Olympia Transit Center or read it here.

Intercity Transit Authority Notice of Public Hearing: Proposed Bus Service Changes Effective September 23, 2018

Intercity Transit will conduct a public hearing Wednesday, May 23, 2018, beginning at 5:30 p.m.  The hearing is to receive public comment on proposed Intercity Transit bus route and schedule changes.  The hearing will take place at the administrative office of Intercity Transit, 526 Pattison Street SE, Olympia.

Rider News - May 2018

Read this month's Rider News for information about proposed September 2018 service changes, Summer Youth Pass program, a reminder about Memorial Day service, and more! Pick up a copy on the bus, at Customer Service in the Olympia Transit Center or read it here.

Special Meeting - May 16

The Intercity Transit Authority scheduled a special meeting for May 16. The agenda will be to review the composition of the governing body of the Public Transit Benefit Area (PTBA), which is required every four years by legislation. The legislation creating PBTA requires that this review be conducted at a special meeting of the county legislative authority and an elected representative of each city within the PTBA boundaries.