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P.O. Box 8596
Moscow, ID 83843
Community Transportation Program
The purpose of the Community Transportation Program
is to promote environmentally friendly transportation options. The PCEI
transportation committee has the goal of decreased reliance on automobile
use for our region. We recognize a number of benefits result from enhancing
transportation options--cleaner air, friendlier communities, better health,
and sound economics.
Transportation on the Palouse can benefit
from strengthening existing transit systems. In 1991 and 1992, PCEI volunteers
worked with local transit entities and the two universities to establish
shuttle links between Moscow, Pullman and outlying communities. In August
of 1992, Wheatland Express
of Pullman launched the first regular bus system between Pullman and Moscow.
PCEI has been working since then to promote this service. We have also
worked to establish VanPool links within
Our projects include:
Other Transportation Links in the Palouse Region:
Express operates the Pullman-Moscow Commuter and a Pullman to Lewiston
Service. Also charter service.
operates daily passenger service throughout Latah County, as well as
to and from Lewiston and Spokane. Also charter and tour service.
Transit operates a model small town transit system in Pullman, Washington.
Moscow/Latah Public Transit operates a dial a ride
service (Latah and Nez Perce Counties) under the name of COAST. Contact
them at 800-873-9996.
Regional Public Transit/Valley Transit operates
a dial-a-ride service (Nez Perce and Latah Counties). Contact them at 208-746-4091.
Transportation Alternatives WebsiteWashington State University employee
transportation options. Includes carpool network listerve information.
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