RE: Rider Alert Route 30 Chehalis

Effective: Friday, February 21st, 2020

This Alert has been postponed until further notice.

The route 30 bus will no longer turn Right onto 3rd street from Market. Instead from Market it will turn Right onto 4th Street, turn Left onto Washington Ave and Left onto 3rd Street.

The 3rd street stop will be relocated from the South side of the street to the North side of the street.   

Twin Transit Jacket Drive a Success

This month, Twin Transit’s Lesley Jackson rallied the team around an important cause – collecting coats for those in need.

In total, the group collected 70 coats: 30 adult jackets for the Lewis County Gospel Mission and 40 kids’ coats for Immanuel Lutheran Church’s kids’ closet.

“The whole effort was a huge success,” said Twin Transit Community Relations Director Andrea Culletto. “Our team got into the spirit and donated so many more coats than we’d even dreamed. Their kindness never ceases to amaze me. We’re especially grateful for Lesley, who is always thinking of ways we can better support our community.”

March Moving!

In March of 2020, while we remodel our Twin Transit office on Locust Street, our office staff will temporarily move to: 1638 Bishop Rd, Chehalis, WA 98532. Same phone number: 360-330-2072

Purchase your day/monthly bus passes using the Token Transit app, available via the link on our website homepage, or on the app store.

Or purchase your monthly paper passes at either Shop N Kart/Fullers or Centralia Safeway until our office staff returns to Locust Street in the fall.

Lewis County Listens – Vision 2025

Lewis County is seeking feedback from local residents to build its five-year strategic plan. The strategic plan will outline priorities for the future and guide the County’s budget process for years to come.

This is your opportunity to help shape the future of our community by taking a few minutes to share your thoughts.

The County’s volunteer Strategic Planning Advisory Committee will carefully review survey responses and use this input to help guide the content of the strategic plan.

Click here to complete the survey.

Free Fare day Thursday, January 23, 2020!

Twin Transit is partnering with the remarkable organizations behind the Homeless Connect event to offer a free fare day on January 23rd. 

In offering accessible transportation on this day, we can help people access these noteworthy community agencies and organizations:

Molina Healthcare & South Sound Behavioral Hospital, 12 Step Recovery Program, ABHS, Cascade Mental Health, Centralia College, Centralia SD, CIHS Program, Community Action Council, Drug Court, ECEAP, Eugenia Center, FESS, Friends Without Homes, Gather Church, Lewis County Gospel Mission, Housing Resource Center, Hub City Mission, Hope Alliance, Intot, Link, Molina Health, Northwest Justice Project, Reliable Enterprises, St. Vincent’s/Lewis County Food Bank Coalition, The Salvation Army, SSBHH, TBI, Library, WIC, Lewis County Public Health, Lewis County Veterans Affairs

Student Bus Passes Now Available at Key Schools

Twin Transit has partnered with local schools to create an exciting new student bus pass program! Students at Centralia High School and W.F. West can now get a semester-long bus pass for only $10 – right at their school.

This makes it easier for kids to get around town, to after-school jobs, and access upper level educational opportunities. Plus, the spring pass extends through the summer months, giving students access to the Boys and Girls Club, local pools, libraries and more.

W.F. West students can buy their pass at the W.F. West ASB Office. Centralia High School students can purchase their pass at the CHS main office.

The program will roll out at Futurus High School and Turning Point soon.

New Books on the Bus Program

Twin Transit recently launched a new Books on the Bus program in partnership with Timberland Regional Library, Shakespeare & Company and Rotary!

It’s just like it sounds: little free libraries in each Twin Transit bus. How cool is that?!

Hop on the bus, borrow a book, read it at your leisure, and return it to the book holder when you’re done – then repeat!

Timberland Regional Library and Shakespeare & Company are stocking these rolling libraries with a wide variety of books, including fiction, non-fiction, teen and children’s titles. The program will make good literature more readily available, enhance literacy, and provide hours of uplifting entertainment. After all, there’s nothing better than a good book!

This program coincides with the launch of our new student bus pass program, which has been created in partnership with Centralia High School, Futurus, and W.F. West.

This program allows high school students to get a semester-long bus pass for only $10 – right at their school. This makes it easier for kids to get around town, to after-school jobs, and access upper level educational opportunities.