Virtual Presentations & Open Houses
STA is committed to communicating about all construction activities and their impacts to transit users, pedestrians, nearby business and home owners, and drivers who may be affected.
STA is coordinating with the Downtown Spokane Partnership (DSP), the University District and affected neighborhoods about the upcoming construction plans.
Other groups interested in inviting Spokane Transit representatives to speak about construction projects near their locations may click here to request a virtual presentation.
Postcards and mail pieces are sent out notifying affected neighborhoods ahead of construction.
On-site construction signage
Signage will be posted shortly before construction starts at each site to show any road closures and detours. Pedestrian traffic signage will also be placed as sidewalks and crosswalks are closed to accommodate construction.
STA is committed to providing the information and tools people need in order to minimize inconveniences. This includes, perhaps most importantly, those individuals who are physically unable to access transit due to construction. These people may be eligible for paratransit services for the duration of nearby construction and can apply for temporary paratransit eligibility by clicking here to access the application or call (509) 325-6018 for more information.
All of STA’s websites provide information about the City Line and links to the City Line construction webpage.
STA social media is regularly updated with City Line construction information. Follow STA at the links below.