Work has been completed on bus stop shelters for Kettle Falls, Chewelah and Deer Park funded through the Washington State Department of Transportation. The funding also included Travel Washington Gold Line signs in Colville, Arden, Addy and Loon Lake.
In Chewelah, the bus stop was relocated from the Chamber of Commerce office to a new bus shelter located next to the Safeway Store parking lot on Highway 395 (see photo).
In Kettle Falls, the bus shelter was erected across from the Kettle Falls Visitors Center. In Deer Park, the bus stop was relocated from Yoke’s NE parking lot to the Bus Shelter in Yoke’s SW parking lot near the new the Fresenius Medical – Panorama Dialysis Center.
In Colville, a bus sign was placed on the Rural Resources building and in Arden, Addy and Loon Lake, bus stop signs were located near the current stops at the Arden “One Stop”, the “Old School House” in Addy, and the Lakeside Motel in Loon Lake
The new signs and shelters improve Gold Line visibility and provide added comfort for passengers.
-From Staff Reports
In This Photo: The new Chewelah Bus Shelter, funded by the WSDOT, is ready to serve passengers on the Gold Line service between Kettle Falls and Spokane.