STA Bloomsday Express Shuttle Times
SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Transit has kept the same arrival and departure times for Bloomsday Express Shuttles on May 4, 2008, to accommodate the race's staged start times.
Participants are advised to arrive at shuttle lots or bus stops, two hours prior to their group's start time. Morning pick-up times are 6:30-8:30 a.m. Return trips are 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
The ever-popular $1 sticker pass returns this year. The pass is good all day for the entire system, including the express shuttles. Those without stickers must pay $1 each way. Participants place the stickers on a designated spot on their race number. Spokane Transit will be at the Bloomsday Trade Show selling stickers. Stickers will not be sold on race day but riders can still take the shuttle with a $1.00 fare.
Participants will be dropped off downtown on 1st Ave., between Post and Stevens.
- Northtown Mall
Board on Lidgerwood near Wellesley.
- Ferris High School
37th and Regal. Board on North side of school.
- Spokane Valley Mall
Board on Indiana near the Red Robin and Tony Roma's restaurants.
- Cheney, EWU Red Barn
Board at 820 Washington St. in Cheney.
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