Twin Transit Supports Employee Health

Twin Transit’s Health and Wellness Committee is committed to supporting the health and wellness of their fellow employees. We started off the summer with a step competition and a healthy eating potluck. Since then, we’ve shared healthy living tips and recipes, while brainstorming new ways to support our staff on their own wellness journeys. ThisContinue reading “Twin Transit Supports Employee Health”

Twin Transit Accepts Bids for New Mellen Street e-Transit Station

We’re one step closer! Twin Transit received 13 proposals for construction of the Mellen Street e-Transit Station during our recent bidding process. We would like to thank all the businesses who took the time to consider this important project and submit a bid. The contract has been awarded to Barcott Construction Inc. We are soContinue reading “Twin Transit Accepts Bids for New Mellen Street e-Transit Station”

Twin Transit Goes Green

Twin Transit has placed the official order for two grant-funded electric buses. Expected to arrive in December 2020, these vehicles will power environmentally friendly public transit between Centralia and Chehalis, starting in early 2021. The new buses will decrease emissions and make public transit more affordable. In addition, each bus is “recycled” from a currentContinue reading “Twin Transit Goes Green”

Twin Transit Introduces Back-to-Back Busing

Due to state-wide COVID-19 restrictions, Twin Transit buses have limited capacity. As ridership increases in response to county-wide reopening, a new model is needed to ensure safe social distancing. Twin Transit has developed an innovative solution, in order to continue serving everyone who relies on public transit to access work, education, and essential amenities. StartingContinue reading “Twin Transit Introduces Back-to-Back Busing”

Walk, Run, Bike and Get Outside!

After several months of staying home to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, Lewis County is finally reopening. Many of us find ourselves not quite as healthy post-stay-home-order as we were in the beginning. According to recent Census Bureau data, nearly 35% of Washington residents are experiencing symptoms of anxiety or depression. There are many ways toContinue reading “Walk, Run, Bike and Get Outside!”

Volunteers Deliver Meals To Those 60 and Over During COVID-19 Outbreak

Local volunteers are pulling out all the stops to deliver meals to those 60 and over who are following County guidance to stay home amid the COVID-19 outbreak. The program is a collaboration between several key organizations. United Way of Lewis County is handling financials and volunteer recruitment. Lewis County Seniors is taking care ofContinue reading “Volunteers Deliver Meals To Those 60 and Over During COVID-19 Outbreak”

Lewis County Seniors, United Way and Twin Transit Unite to Feed Seniors During COVID-19 Shutdown

Lewis County Public Health & Social Services highly encourage individuals age 60 and over to remain in their homes at this time. This precautionary measure is critical to protecting Lewis County’s vulnerable populations against the spread of the COVID-19 virus. While necessary, this step will be difficult for many, particularly those who depend on localContinue reading “Lewis County Seniors, United Way and Twin Transit Unite to Feed Seniors During COVID-19 Shutdown”