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.

Rider News - April 2018

Read this month's Rider News for an IT Road Trip update, information about the Bicycle Commuter Challenge Earth Day Market Ride, riding the bus to Pike Place Market with Travel Training, and more! Pick up a copy on the bus, at Customer Service in the Olympia Transit Center or read it here.

Rider News - March 2018

Read this month's Rider News for information about the March 11 service update, Travel Training and Village Vans programs and improvements at Tumwater Square. Pick up a copy on the bus, at Customer Service in the Olympia Transit Center or read it here.

"Poetry Rides the Bus" Brings Literary Art to Thurston County Residents

The City of Olympia Parks, Arts & Recreation's Poet Laureate Program and Intercity Transit are launching a new collaborative project, "Poetry Rides the Bus." Through this project, transit riders have the opportunity to discover 22 different poems, written by local community members, which are on display at bus stops across the City of Olympia and inside the 71-bus fleet run by Intercity Transit.

Intercity Transit Closed Christmas & New Year's Days

Intercity Transit will be closed on Christmas Day, Monday, Dec. 25 and New Year's Day, Monday, Jan. 1. Regular local, Express, Dial-A-Lift and Village Vans will not be in service. Customer service and the business office will also be closed. We will operate on normal Sunday schedules Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. Normal operations will resume after the holidays on Tuesday, Dec. 26 and Tuesday, Jan. 2.

Road Trip Survey now Closed

Thanks to everyone who provided their thoughts on the future of public transportation in Thurston County. We received input from over 3,500 individuals. We are currently identifying common themes and preferences that will be used to help shape the services we provide as our community grows.