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Grays Harbor County, WASHINGTON Bus Companies and Stops
Pacific Transit System - (call 360-875-9418) Serving the North and South Pacific County Washington communities of Aberdeen, Bay Center, Chinook, Ilwaco, Long Beach, Nahcottta, Naselle, Ocean Park, Oysterville, South Bend, Surfside, Raymond, and Astoria Oregon
Safety around School bus
With school buses back on the road, as a parent you might be worried about safety in school bus and around school. According to the digital journal, School bus accidents may only represent a small number of total accidents. [...] (Read Article)
November 20 2013 - Suicide victim could be missing Harbor woman PORT ANGELES — Detectives say it could be 30 days or more before they’re ready to release the name of a woman found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in October near the site of the former Elwha Dam. Detectives believe the woman, whose body was found along a dirt trail, was from the Grays Harbor area and likely traveled to Clallam County by bus, since no vehicle associated with her was ...
October 15 2013 - Transit the main ballot issue for many Harborites When voters go to the polls this fall to choose city council members and vote on fire levies and such, they will also be voting on whether Jaime Jamtaas will have a ride to the grocery store or be able to visit his family. Like many Harborites, Jamtaas’ weekend transportation depends on whether local voters pass a measure increasing funding to Grays Harbor Transit, the organization that provides ...
July 28 2013 - Transit puts off decision on bus service, options outlined After a heated discussion at a Tuesday evening meeting, the Grays Harbor Transit Board still hasn’t reached a decision that would fix the agency’s budget or resolve the question of potential service cuts. Board members must come up with a way to shave about $800,000 off of the yearly operating budget, but Westport Mayor Michael Bruce and County Commissioner Frank Gordon, members of the transit ...