Route Detours



Posted Sat Dec 21 @ 8:00am Due to water over the roadways and road closures we currently are not servicing the following locations.

Route 12 – Chehalis Ave is closed between 3rd Ave and James St. We will remain northbound on Cascade Ave, Left on Main and right on Chehalis Ave and continue on route.

Route 30 – Kresky Ave is closed at Exhibitor Rd. Northbound Route 30 will serve the Lewis County Mall and then go south on National Ave, go across Chamber Way and go northbound on Airport Rd to Mellen St and continue to Amtrak.

Stay tuned for more updates as the day progresses. Thank you for your patience as we do our best to provide transportation in our community.



Route Detours

Posted Sat Dec 21 @ 8:00am Due to water over the roadways and road closures we currently are not servicing the following locations.

Route 12 – Chehalis Ave is closed between 3rd Ave and James St. We will remain northbound on Cascade Ave, Left on Main and right on Chehalis Ave and continue on route.

Route 30 – Kresky Ave is closed at Exhibitor Rd. Northbound Route 30 will serve the Lewis County Mall and then go south on National Ave, go across Chamber Way and go northbound on Airport Rd to Mellen St and continue to Amtrak.

Stay tuned for more updates as the day progresses. Thank you for your patience as we do our best to provide transportation in our community.

Twin Transit Announces New Student Bus Pass Program

Twin Transit is rolling out a new student bus pass program!

This new arrangement will allow high school and middle school students to purchase a bus pass for only $10 per semester. The program will roll out at Centralia High School and W.F. West.

Centralia High School students can purchase their passes at the main school office. W.F. West students can purchase their passes in the ASB Office.

Student pass stickers will be placed on their student ID, which will serve as their bus pass for the semester. Spring passes are good until September 5, 2020. Fall passes are good through January 2021.

This new program will empower students to take advantage of educational opportunities, pursue after-school employment, and access all the amenities Centralia and Chehalis have to offer. Riding public transit develops independence, instills confidence and prepares students with life skills that will benefit them wherever they go.

We are so excited for this new program and all the positive benefits it brings!

2019 Food Drive Best Year Yet

Hope is everywhere this time of year, but nowhere do I see it more clearly than in our own riders. The Twin Transit team kicked off December with a “12 Days of Christmas Food Drive,” offering a free ride in exchange for a nonperishable food donation. It seemed like a good way to gather donations for a good cause and, as most canned goods are cheaper than daily fare, save our riders some money during the holiday season.

I never dreamed how generously our riders would respond. Although only one nonperishable food item was needed to ride, they showed up with bags full. Many donated even though they’d already purchased a monthly pass. Some donors are short on food themselves. Others donated even though they don’t have a place to call home. Their unconditional generosity is what this season is all about. It fills me with hope – that even in these darkest of winter months, together, we can turn on the light.

Holiday Lights Tour: A Feast for the Senses

The Holiday Lights Tour is a cherished tradition at Twin Transit. Here are a few highlights that illustrate why it is so beloved.

Twin Transit driver Peggy Haase has serenaded the Holiday Lights Tour for years. Her delightful accordion carols make this tour truly festive. We nabbed her for a quick sneak peak below:

The Holiday Lights Tour brings people of all demographics together to relish the spirit of the season. Impromptu singing is common, as are oohs and ahhs of delight.