Shelton School District No. 309 & Mason
Transit Authority has demonstrated the success of coordination using school buses as transit vehicles. Since 1998, the Shelton School District has provided school buses on routes that Mason Transit was unable to offer due to lack of vehicles. These buses continue today providing transportation to the general public, as well as school children.
Routes travel between the City of Shelton to outlying areas.
here to view the 2014/2015 schedule.
Four deviated ZONE routes serve residents:
- Route 50 - to Hoodsport,
- Route 51 - to Kamilche,
- Route 52 - to Rainbow Lake
* Mason Lake, Lake Limerick,
Emeral Lake by call request
- Route 53 - to Pickering, Timerlakes, Agate Rd, and
* Harstine Island Bridge, Pioneer School & Deer
Creek Store by call request
This service is available Monday through Friday after 5:00 pm
and ONLY when school is in service. Call the Customer Service Center one (1) hour in advance to request a ride or for
additional information at (360) 427-5033 or 800-374-3747.
Skokomish Indian Tribe & Mason
Transit Authority has developed the Skokomish-Cushman
Pilot service. The Skokomish Indian Tribe was awarded federal
fund under the Federal Transit Authority Tribal Transit Grant
Program for a pilot public transit service enhancement project.
The funding for this project has been extended through 2014.
Mason Transit Authority was chosen to operate the service on behalf
of the Skokomish Tribe, providing vehicles and drivers. The
route runs along Highway 101, between Shelton and Hoodsport.
Additional service is provided from June to November, extending the
pilot route on State Route 119 to the Skokomish Park (Lake
Cushman). The Skokomish Tribe anticipates securing funding
for sustaining operations into future years. We are excited
to bring this new service to our communities!
Click here to veiw the contract.
Mason County WorkSource & Mason
Transit Authority has developed a training program for the public, and specifically, caseworkers, assisting Mason County residents seeking training and jobs through the Washington State reaching first time workers, students, and people re-entering the workforce, giving them information on Mason Transit and other transportation resources. Since transportation is the link to getting people to training and work, this a key component of the skill building necessary for successful productive employment.