Experience a New Level of Transit
Introducing City Line — Spokane’s first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route.
City Line combines frequency and efficiency in a modern streetcar-like experience. The six-mile route between Spokane’s historic Browne’s Addition and Spokane Community College will connect through downtown and the University District, including Gonzaga University.
Updates on station construction can be found on the City Line Construction site.
Buses every 7.5 minutes during peak hours.
Quiet Buses, Clean Air
The City Line fleet will feature all-electric, state-of-the-art zero-emission vehicle technology.
City Line’s economic impact will bring an estimated $175 million into the Spokane region over twenty years.
Near-level boarding, off-board ticketing, real-time signage and distinctively-branded buses and boarding stations.
City Line’s 60-foot buses will help mitigate traffic congestion and reduce expensive wear and tear on city roads.
The Federal Transit Administration has granted $53.4 million to STA for the City Line Project.
The four types of City Line stations feature enhanced rider amenities like real-time departure information and near-level boarding.
Side Station (Large)
The largest of City Line’s side-boarding stations will be located in high-ridership areas.
Center Station (Large)
The first bus stations in the Spokane region to be located in the center median of streets.
Side Station (Standard Size)
A scaled-down version offering the same convenience to City Line riders.
Center Station (Standard Size)
Stops with a smaller footprint and built for a lower volume of passengers.
By providing a faster, efficient and convenient transportation option, City Line will improve the downtown Spokane experience without increasing congestion. Our community and local businesses benefit.
Construction on City Line stations begins in May 2020.
Find out details of different projects and when they’re starting on the City Line Construction site.
Check back for updates as City Line construction gets underway.