Twin Transit offers 6 fixed bus routes in and around Centralia and Chehalis, Washington. All of the routes have shelters located in safe and convenient places to catch the bus with hourly service. However, if there is not a shelter in your area you can still board the bus. Twin Transit operates as a flag style system which allows passengers the option to "flag us down" by visibly standing in a safe area for the bus to stop and raising your arm in the air as the bus approaches. Twin Transit complies with all applicable sections of Federal Civil Rights laws prohibiting discrimination and ensures that all of the buses and vans are ADA accessible with either a lift or ramp for passengers using wheelchairs or other mobility devices.
Twin Transit is the public transportation provider for the cities of Centralia and Chehalis in Washington State. Twin Transit offers six fixed routes throughout the community and provides hourly bus service to many neighborhoods, shopping centers, governmental and medical offices. Each year over 200,000 rides are taken on buses operated by Twin Transit.
Twin Transit is a recognized Public Transportation Benefit Area and was established in 1977 by the voters of Lewis County. A .2% sales tax is collected in the communities of Centralia and Chehalis which generates revenue for the service. Twin Transit receives additional operational funding through grants administered by the Washington State Department of Transportation and the Federal Transit Administration, as well as, fares paid by passengers and businesses purchasing advertising on buses and bus stops.
Twin Transit employs 28 people and is governed by a three member board. Daily operations are administered by a General Manager.