Park & ride capacity in Thurston County just doubled since the county’s third major park & ride facility opened a few weeks ago. This innovative project in NE Lacey turned a closed portion of the Thurston County Waste and Recovery Center into a 332-stall park & ride lot, now open and ready for carpools and vanpools.
Features of the new park & ride facility include:
- 332 stalls;
- security lighting;
- video surveillance cameras;
- electric vehicle charging stations;
- transit island for potential future fixed-route bus service;
- and more.
This $8.2 million project was possible with funding from the Washington State Department of Transportation Regional Mobility Grant program and Intercity Transit. Other partners include Thurston County, City of Lacey and Meridian Campus Commercial Owners Association.
Policy Makers, project contractors, and staff participate in the ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Hawks Prairie Park & Ride Lot on January 25th. Shown left to right: Anne Freeman-Manzanares; Marilyn Hemmann; Mark Eldridge; Mark Steepy; Virgil Clarkson; Ed Hildreth; Sandra Romero; Nathaniel Jones; Andy Ryder; Riche Cobb; Rick Scarsella; Cynthia Pratt; Bob Holcomb; Chris Hanson; and Scott Schimelfenig.
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The following map can also be found at the bottom of the bus page. Click on the “P’s” below for bus routes and other information about the Park and Ride locations.
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