Spokane Transit Authority launching free bus pass program for kids

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City of Spokane

SPOKANE, Wash. — Parks, pools, libraries and live music—kids are just one bus ride away from summer activities all over town with STA’s newly-launched Summer Pass program.

This pilot program, like similar ones in recent years, gets kids age 6–18 a free STA pass to explore fun places around Spokane.

To get a card, kids just need to stop by their local library and sign up! Parents will not be able to pick up a pass for their child unless they are present with them.

From there, kids are encouraged to plan a trip through STA’s trip planner or Paratransit trip planner. After that, it’s as simple as grabbing the bus and swiping their Summer Pass card.

The Summer Pass program runs from June 15–September 15.

For more information, visit the STA website.

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