GTA Rider Programs
Grant Transit Authority's Vanpool Program is for groups of five to twelve riders who share the same employment or education commute in Grant County. The cost of the van is divided by the number of riders in the Vanpool Group.
For more information on Grant Transit Authority's Vanpool Program, contact the Vanpool Coordinator, Brandy Heston at 509-765-0898 or email@example.com.
SNAP Service, curb to curb
SNAP Service is the name of the service provided by the Grant Transit Authority to eligible individuals whose conditions and/or disabilities make it impossible for them to use Grant Transit Authority's fixed-route buses. It is not cab service, emergency medical or social service transportation. SNAP is a shared ride, curb-to-curb service, and travel time is required to be similar to that of the fixed-route bus.
To request an application for, or additional information regarding, SNAP Service, please call Grant Transit Authority at 765-0898 or toll-free at 800-406-9177. You can also request additional information via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health Express Shuttle
The Health Express Shuttle is a service that is provided in partnership with Grant Transit Authority, People For People, Moses Lake Clinic, and the Moses Lake Cancer Foundation. The service begins at the Moses Lake Clinic, travels to the Ephrata Hospital, then to the Quincy Valley Hospital before reaching its destination, the Wenatchee Valley Clinic in Wenatchee. The primary focus is to provide transportation to those persons seeking radiation treatment, as this is not available here in Grant County. Priority seating will always be given to these patients, however if space is available the general public is also welcome to ride. The fare for this trip is $1.50 each way. It is always a good idea to call the People For People scheduling office at, 765-9249 ext. 555, to reserve your seat.
Bikes on Buses
Grant Transit Authority allows riders to utilize the bike racks on a first-come basis. Bikes can be loaded and unloaded at any GTA bus stop. Bikes are NOT allowed inside buses. Riders are responsible for loading and unloading their own bikes. GTA is not responsible for any damages incurred to or caused by bicycles on GTA property. No motorized bikes are allowed.
GTA Kids Club
Grant Transit Authority wants to make riding the bus fun! Color the Fun Bus Color Sheet and send it to Grant Transit Authority for a special prize! Be sure to provide us with your name and address so your prize gets to you without delay!
Download your Fun Bus Color Sheet Here!
Send your Fun Bus color page to:
Grant Transit Authority
Attn: GTA Kids Club
8392 Westover Blvd NE
Moses Lake, WA 98837
Park & Ride Lots
Grant Transit Authority serves these Park & Ride lots with the following routes:
- Randolph & Highway 17 Routes 50, 56, 59, and 62
- Highway 17 & I-90 Routes 51, 56, and 58
- George Park & Ride Routes 57, 63 and 64
Grant Transit Authority connects with AMTRAK and Northwestern Trailways in Ephrata with routes 59, 62, 63, 64 and 65.
Grant Transit Authority also connects with Greyhound, Routes 51 and 56,
and the Grant County Airport, routes 50 and 62, in Moses Lake.