BUS LOCATOR UPGRADE

Twin Transit is currently in the process of upgrading the “Find Your Bus” tracker on TwinTransit.org. A new, more user-friendly version will roll out at the end of January. This updated application will feature several exciting upgrades and increased functionality. The site’s bus tracking app will be temporarily disabled during the transition. In the meantime,Continue reading “BUS LOCATOR UPGRADE”

Twin Transit Increases Route Frequency to Meet Demand

As Lewis County continues to reopen, the need for public transportation is increasing. Last spring, Twin Transit routes were reduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent stay-at-home order. Several passenger-centric updates followed, each tailored to better serve our community. Now we are updating our service model to meet increased need, while continuing toContinue reading “Twin Transit Increases Route Frequency to Meet Demand”

Ride with Confidence

As Lewis County reopens, Twin Transit remains committed to safeguarding the health of riders and drivers. Board with confidence, knowing that Twin Transit’s health and safety protocols are built on Lewis County Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance. Safely Moving Forward Following CDC guidelines, Twin Transit has developed innovative solutions toContinue reading “Ride with Confidence”

Where Have All the Shelters Gone?

Twin Transit bus shelters are going missing all over town! But don’t worry – this isn’t a strange crime spree. It’s all part of Twin Transit’s shelter renovation project. Twin Transit crews are systematically evaluating the placement and physical condition of each bus shelter, using ridership data to determine where they are most needed andContinue reading “Where Have All the Shelters Gone?”