Posted January 27, 2018 05:08:30 The Ada Transportation services will close on January 29.
The Ada Public Transit Service will also be closing.
There are no plans for the new services to return to service on the same day.
Here are some things you need when you plan your trip.
•Where will the Ada Transit services operate?
The Ada Transit Services will operate from the Ada-based Transit Station at 1535 West Lake Street.
The new services will operate on the east side of Lake Street and will not run along the existing road.
They will be located at the new station, at the intersection of West Lake and West State.
•Who will operate the Ada Public Transportation services?
The new Ada Public transportation services will run along West State, a portion of Westlake Street that is the former entrance to the downtown area.
The service will be operated by the UW’s UW Transit Services.
The West State bus terminal is located at 3200 West Lake St. West Lake has been designated as a Historic Landmark and is also home to the West Lake-based Museum of the Americas.
The museum is a major attraction and also provides a location for the Ada City-owned Ada Transportation service.
•Will there be any new bus routes?
There is no new bus service between the West Lakes and Ada Transportation areas.
However, there will be a bus service at Lake Street that will run every 20 minutes on weekdays.
The next bus service will run on the weekends.
The west side of West State will remain closed to traffic for the time being.
•When will the new service be running?
The next service will start at 5 p.m. on January 31 and continue on the west side.
•How much will it cost?
The price of the service is $2.50 per trip.
The first day will be free.
The second day is $3.50.
The third day is also $3, but you can pay more if you are interested in reserving a bus.
The bus will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.
•What happens if I park my car at the Westlake Transit Station?
There are parking areas in the west and east sides of the station.
If you are not a resident of the West and east halves of the city, please call (360) 965-8999.
There is a free shuttle service to and from the westside and the Eastside Transit Center.
If your car is not in the reserved parking area, you can still park there for free.