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TranGO ridership tops 1,300 in first three months

TranGO ridership tops 1,300 in first three months

During the first three months of operation in the Methow Valley, TranGO, the new public bus service, counted 1,304 passengers on its buses. TranGO began providing bus service on to the Methow Valley on …
TranGO’s Methow Valley bus service ready to launch on July 1

TranGO’s Methow Valley bus service ready to launch on July 1

Bus service in the Methow Valley begins July 1, with nine trips daily between Twisp and Winthrop, and four daily trips between Twisp and Pateros and between Twisp and Okanogan. TranGO (Transit for Greater Okanogan) will operate Monday through Saturday with designated stops along fixed routes, as well as “flag stops” in between.
Regular Methow Valley bus service begins on July 1

Regular Methow Valley bus service begins on July 1

Hourly bus service by TranGO connecting Twisp and Winthrop will begin July 1, providing nine trips a day between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., Mondays through Saturdays. TranGO (Transit for Greater Okanogan) will also offer four trips a day between the Methow Valley and Okanogan and Pateros, said Kelly Scalf, chief executive officer for the transit...
Transit authority on track to begin bus service this summer

Transit authority on track to begin bus service this summer

By Ann McCreary
Building a new public transportation system from the ground up is a slow process, but the fledgling Okanogan County Transit Authority (OCTA) is moving steadily forward and expects wheels on the ground in July. “It seems like a …

Twisp wants more info about funding request

Twisp wants more info about funding request

By Ann McCreary
Twisp Town Council members chose to table action on a request for additional funding by Okanogan County Transportation and Nutrition (OCTN) last week.
Winthrop turns down senior meals request

Winthrop turns down senior meals request

By Don Nelson
The Winthrop Town Council declined to appropriate $1,000 for the financially troubled Okanogan County Transportation and Nutrition program.