About Link Transit
The Formation of Link Transit
A special transit conference was held on March 14, 1989 and elected officials passed a resolution declaring the need for a two-county transit system. On November 21, 1989, after a series of public meetings, officials created a Public Transportation Benefit Area (PTBA), as authorized by Chapter 36.57A RCW. The original PTBA boundaries included all of Chelan County and the Eastmont and Waterville School district boundaries in Douglas County. In 1995, the voters in Douglas County Orondo School District area voted to annex into the PTBA increasing Link’s service area to 3,660 square miles.
Link Transit's name is symbolic of its mission to provide connectivity between our rural and urban communities; to provide mobility options which is well described through Link’s motto: “Connecting Our Communities”.
The mission of Link Transit is to provide safe, reliable, and efficient public transportation services that promote access to destinations and quality of life.
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