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Spokane Transit Continues Popular Hoopfest Shuttle Service

SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Transit is continuing its popular Hoopfest Shuttle Service for the 2010 tournament with two shuttles serving downtown Spokane. The Riverpoint Shuttle serves the parking lots on N. Riverpoint Blvd. adjacent to the WSU and EWU campus as well as the lots on Spokane Falls Blvd. across the street from the campus. The shuttle cost includes a Day Pass and costs $1.25 each day of Hoopfest on Saturday, June 26, and Sunday, June 27. Day Passes are good for unlimited use throughout the entire STA system and are available on any bus during both days of Hoopfest. Riders should plan to have the exact fare available.

  • The Hoopfest Shuttles run every ten minutes on Saturday from 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. and on Sunday from 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Parking is free at all the designated shuttle lots.

 

  • The Jefferson Loop Shuttle travels from the STA Jefferson Street Park & Ride lot to the west side of downtown on Lincoln Street. The Jefferson lot is under I-90, on Jefferson Street between Third and Fourth Avenues.

 

  • The Riverpoint Loop Shuttle travels from the parking lots at the WSU Riverpoint Campus on west Spokane Falls Blvd., and on N. Riverpoint Blvd., to the east side of downtown on Browne and Bernard Streets.

 Hoopfest courts will surround the STA Plaza requiring all regular routes to be detoured to alternate boarding and alighting zones just a few blocks away on Howard Street, Second Avenue and Third Avenue. All regular service schedule times still apply.

For more information about Hoopfest Shuttle service, alternate boarding zones, park and ride lots or routes, please visit www.spokanetransit.com.

STA provides public transportation services through fixed route (bus) operations, paratransit operations and vanpool. The agency employs approximately 500 people and is overseen by a nine-member board comprised of elected officials from Spokane County and cities in the Public Transportation Benefit Area.

 For more information about STA, please visit our web site at www.spokanetransit.com.

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