TRANSIT SYSTEMS IN WASHINGTON

WASHINGTON COAST


Aberdeen/Grays Harbor County

1904-1906 - Grays Harbor Electric Co.
1906-1947 - Grays Harbor Railway & Light Co.
1932 - streetcars replaced with buses

Prior to 1974 - Tri-City Transit Co.

CURRENT TRANSIT SYSTEM (SINCE 1975)
Grays Harbor Transportation Authority


Port Townsend/Jefferson County

1891-1895 - Port Townsend Street Railway Light & Power Co.
1895 - streetcars discontinued

1915-1919 - City Transfer Co.
1919-1969 - Lafferty Stage Lines
1969-1972 - McDowell Lafferty Lines
1972-1980 - Stevens Stage Lines

CURRENT TRANSIT SYSTEM (SINCE 1981)
Jefferson Transit


Port Angeles/Clallam County

Private bus co. in 1952 - Port Angeles Transit
Period of no transit service

CURRENT TRANSIT SYSTEM (SINCE 1979)
Clallam Transit


Centralia-Chehalis/Lewis County

1910-1929 - Twin City Light & Traction Co.
1929 - streetcars discontinued

CURRENT TRANSIT SYSTEM (SINCE 1976)
Twin Transit


Longview/Cowlitz County

Private bus co. in 1952 - Longview Public Service Co.
1975-1987 - Community Urban Bus Service (CUBS)
1988-2011 - Cowlitz Transit Authority

CURRENT TRANSIT SYSTEM (SINCE 2011)
River Cities Transit

NEWER TRANSIT SYSTEM
CAP Public Transit


Pacific County

CURRENT TRANSIT SYSTEM (SINCE 1980)
Pacific Transit System

HISTORIC INTERURBAN TYPE RAILWAY
South Bend-Raymond
1912-1913 - Willapa Harbor Railway Co.
After 1913 - Willapa Electric Co.
1930 - interurban trains replaced with buses


Vancouver/Clark County

Horse Car
1891-1896 - Columbia Land & Improvement Co.

Electric Streetcar
1908-1911 - Vancouver Traction Co.
1911-1915 - Washington-Oregon Corp.
1915-1923 - North Coast Power Co.
1923-1927 - Puget Sound Power & Light Co.
1927 - streetcars discontinued

Prior to 1969 - Vancouver Bus Co.
1969-1981 - City of Vancouver Transit

CURRENT TRANSIT SYSTEM (SINCE 1981)
C-Tran

Newer Transit Systems

CURRENT TRANSIT SYSTEM
Skamania County Transit Services


NEW COUNTYWIDE TRANSIT SYSTEMS
Wahkiakum On The Move

Historic suburban/interurban bus lines operated by several companies (mostly a 1952 sampling)


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