Persons with Disabilities

Intercity Transit
Accessible Services


Your region has a number of programs aimed at providing mobility options for people with disabilities including Dial-a-lift, accessible transit buses, and travel training. Use the links on this page to explore some of your options.
Intercity Transit Dial-A-Lift Door-to-door public transportation for individuals who fulfill the certification requirements.

Accessible Buses & Aids Visit this page for a description of the accessibility of Intercity Transit vehicles and how to utilize them.

Travel Training Free one-on-one travel training is available for people who want to learn to travel independently using Intercity Transit services.

Service Animals Animals are not permitted on the bus, except in suitable containers or accompanying individuals with disabilities. Note: Staff may ask a person with disabilities to remove his or her service animal from the premises if: (1) the animal is out of control; or (2) the animal poses a threat to the health or safety of others.

RT LogoR/T – Rural & Tribal Transportation



Supported by the Thurston Regional Planning Council and TOGETHER!, R/T serves people in the rural and tribal areas of the Thurston Region. R/T provides accessible transportation for the Nisqually Indian Tribe, the Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation, the communities of Bucoda, Rainier, Rochester, Tenino, and Yelm. Service connects to Intercity Transit in Thurston County and Twin Transit in Lewis County.

Need a Ride?

Contact us: Call 1-800-650-7846 or visit
Service Hours: Generally 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
Fee: $1.00 per one-way trip. R/T accepts StarPass, Intercity Transit and Twin Transit passes and transfers.

The Thurston County Recreation Services Department Recreation programs and activities for people of different abilities. Transportation Resources in Washington
Find information about Washington state accessible transportation and paratransit services.

Thurston County Developmental Disabilities program Learn more about the Thurston County Public Health program designed to work with people with developmental disabilities and their families.