Tag Archives: Grays Harbor Transit

Aberdeen man breaks windows after Grays Harbor Transit hits and kills his dog

Aberdeen WA Police Department

Aberdeen Police investigated after a man apparently shattered two windows of a Grays Harbor Transit bus. Police Captain John Green said the man was upset because the bus had killed his dog. Green said just before 3 Tuesday afternoon they

One injured, one cited in Grays Harbor Transit bus accident North of Hoquiam

Grays Harbor Transit bus

The Washington State Patrol responded to a transit bus off the road on State Route 109 about 25 miles North of Hoquiam this morning. Sources tell us one person was injured, the bus only had a few people on it

Grays Harbor Transit hosts “Rider Appreciation Day” August 13th

GH Transit Rider Appreciation Day

The Grays Harbor Transit Authority is inviting everyone to their first “Rider Appreciation Day” at the Aberdeen Transit Station from 6:00 a.m. to noon on August 13th. Staff will be handing out refreshments and information to riders. Grays Harbor Transit rider

Grays Harbor Transit among 18 awarded $5.2M in federal grants to improve transit services

Grays Harbor Transit bus

More than $5.2 million in newly awarded federal grants for new buses and facility improvements means service improvements are coming to 18 public transportation providers in Washington. The Washington State Department of Transportation this week announced the Federal Transit Administration

Grays Harbor Transit denies bus ads against crude-by-rail

Grays Harbor Transit denies Crude by Rail ads

Grays Harbor Transit will not weigh in on the crude by rail debate. Citing their current policy on political ads, the Transit Authority Board last night declined to authorize a request  made by Aberdeen resident Tori Kovach to advertise on their

Hanford Whistleblower settles into Union President position at Grays Harbor Transit

Ed Bricker

The Grays Harbor Transit Authority last week met their new Union President, Hanford whistleblower Ed Bricker introduced himself at their regular meeting. Bricker became one of the  nuclear industry’s first whistle-blowers in the 1980’s when he worked with Congress to

Former councilman wins posthumously, Transit tax finishes with over 70% support

MONTESANO, Wash. - With results certified at the county auditor's office, Voter turnout for Grays Harbor finished at 48.35% for the November General Election.
In Aberdeen, Incumbent city councilman John Smith trails to Tawni Andrews by 9 votes, while incumbent Alice

Grays Harbor Transit to offer free bus service for holiday shopping

ABERDEEN, Wash. - Grays Harbor Transit will offer free bus service for holiday shoppers again this year, the Authority's board approved the schedule this week. Board President Jack Durney supported the service. "This is the time of year that helps

Grays Harbor voters supporting local levies, Transit, in November General election

MONTESANO, Wash. - Grays Harbor voters have shown strong support for a sales tax increase for Grays Harbor Transit to upright an $800-thousand budget deficit, and for incumbent Port Commissioner Chuck Caldwell. The Grays Harbor County Auditor's office reports just

Vote YES on Grays Harbor Transit (Part 2) Transportation Authority Proposition No. 1