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Trip Planner

Trip planning is provided using Google Maps.

e.g. 100 S. Franklin, Wenatchee, WA

e.g. 2400 Valley Mall Prkwy, East Wenatchee, WA
Trip planning data is maintained using GTFS Manager from Trillium.

Custodian Position

Link Transit has a position open for a custodian.

Under the direction of the Facilities Maintenance Supervisor, this position performs a variety of semi-skilled cleaning and facilities maintenance duties at Columbia Station, the Amtrack site and the Link Transit Operations Base and other Link Transit facilities including park and ride lots, bus stops, etc.

For a complete job description and to download an application packet, follow the links below:
Custodian Job Description
Custodian Employment Application


Closing date: open until filled

Link Transit is an equal opportunity employer


Link Night with the Applesox

Join un on Monday, July 11 as the Wenatchee Applesox take on the Gresham Greywolves. The first pitch is at 7:05, and there will be lots of fun activities all evening long.

If you would like tickets, text thinklink to 95577. There is a limit of 2 tickets per person. Your tickets can be picked up at the table we will have set up outside the gates starting at 6:00.

Come out and enjoy a great night at the ballpark, and spend summer as it was meant to be, one inning at a time.


June 16 Launch of ThinkLink


Join the community conversation on the future of our public transit.

This conversation is intended to bring to the forefront a host of ideas and suggestions on how Link Transit can better serve the residents of Chelan and Douglas Counties with relevant, convenient, reliable and financially sustainable public transportation services.

Over the past twenty-five years, Link Transit has evolved into a necessary, valuable and integral asset to each of our communities, large and small.
There is change happening in every community we serve, and our populations are shifting and growing in many ways. This growth is predicted to continue for many years.

As Link Transit enters it's second quarter century of service and looks toward the future, there are questions that need answering.

• How do the citizens of our area see the need for expanding transit services to address the recent population growth, and that anticipated in the coming years?

• Can and should our public transit system play a larger role to help address some of the transportation challenges these changes bring?

• Are there different ways to provide service that would attract more people to use transit or increase their access to transit?

Your input is critical in helping chart the future of Link Transit. Over the coming months, we will provide many ways in which you can participate in this effort.

Public meetings will held throughout our service area, and the website letsthinklink.org will be available beginning June 10 as a way to submit your comments and suggestions. We look forward to hearing from you!


Board Meeting Agenda

The next Link Transit Board business meeting will be held on July 19, 2016, starting at its regularly scheduled time of 3:00 p.m. at Link Transit's Operations Base, located at 2700 Euclid Avenue.  This location is wheelchair accessible and members of the public are always welcome.


1.   Call to Order

2.   Consent Agenda

  • Minutes of May 17, 2016 Board Meeting
  • Accounts Payable and Payroll Vouchers from May and June 2016

3.   Public Comment on Non-Agenda Items

      Comments on non-agenda items will be heard & are limited to 5-minutes per person

4.   Board Administration & Communications

  • Employee Acknowledgements:

- "Safe Act" Award

- Link Bus Roadeo Winners

5.   Discussion Action Items

  • Purchasing Policy Update, Resolution 2016-04

6.   Staff Reports

  • Update on the Public Outreach Project
  • Update on the Electric Bus Project
  • Update on the Leavenworth Bus Turn-around & Park & Ride Project
  • Columbia Station Improvement: Platform Driver Breakroom
  • Update on the Wage & Classification Study
  • Financial Report:  May - June Stats
  • Score Cards - Monthly System Performance Stats
  • General Manager's Report

7.   Meeting Adjournment


Please Yield To Buses

YIELD TO BUSES BIG BOX ADEvery day, more and more people are riding Link Transit to get where they need to go. This means that along all our urban area routes, every few blocks a bus may stop to pick up or drop off passengers, pulling out of traffic when there is room to do so. Sometimes this is not possible depending on the configuration of the roadway and the width of the parking lane.

If you happen to be behind a bus when it is signaling to get back into traffic, we ask that you please yield to the bus. This allows the bus driver to safely merge back into traffic while maintaining their schedule for those riding the bus,a nd waiting further down the route for the bus to arrive on schedule. It only takes a few seconds for the bus to get moving again, and then everyone can continue safely on their way.

Our drivers and our passengers thank you for this courtesy.


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