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March 7, 2014

BYD, Wash. transit to pilot electric bus service

Spokane Transit is participating in a statewide evaluation of one of the manufacturer’s all-electric buses. The zero-emissions bus debuted on Friday and will run on several routes throughout March.


December 10, 2012

Wash. transit opens mobility training center

Between 6,500 and 6,800 area residents qualify for paratransit. The center consolidates services into a space that had once been a Burger King restaurant.


April 16, 2012

MV awarded Spokane paratransit contract

Under the terms of the new five-year agreement, the company will partner with Spokane Transit Authority to cover overflow paratransit service and supplement the agency’s base service.


September 9, 2009

Spokane Transit taps TrendSource for CS eval.

Will deploy undercover field agents ("mystery riders") into Spokane's bus and paratransit systems to provide an objective, firsthand evaluation of the rider experience.


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