RiverCities Transit Launches Lexington’s Route – Route 411


Lexington Elementary on April 20, 2022, from 4 PM – 6 PM

Longview Transit Center on April 21 & 22, 2022 from 9 AM – 4 PM

Monday – Friday Route 411 Schedule

Longview Transit Center Cowlitz Hall of Justice Solomon Rd Country Run Apartments Westside Hwy & Aaron Dr Lexington Elementary School Solomon Rd Country Run Apartments Cowlitz Hall of Justice
7:20 A7:25 A7:29 A7:35 A
7:45 A7:49 A7:55 A8:00 A8:05 A8:09 A8:15 A
11:45 A11:49 A11:55 A12:00 P12:05 P12:09 P12:15 P
5:00 P5:04 P5:10 P5:15 P5:20 P5:24 P5:30 P
6:00 P6:04 P6:10 P6:15 P6:20 P6:24 P6:30 P

Saturday Route 411 Schedule

Longview Transit CenterCowlitz Hall of Justice Solomon Rd Country Run ApartmentsWestside Hwy & Aaron Dr Lexington Elementary SchoolSolomon Rd Country Run ApartmentsCowlitz Hall of Justice
9:20 A9:25 A9:29 A9:35 A
9:45 A9:49 A9:55 A9:59 A
3:00 P3:04 P3:10 P3:15 P3:20 P3:24 P3:30 P
Lexington Connector Map

The Longview to Lexington Connector, Route 411

Scheduled to begin service on May 2, 2022, Route 411 provides service between the Longview Transit Center and the north end of Lexington Monday – Saturday. Service along the route will be in conjunction with the transit service offered by Lower Columbia CAP.

Our introduction of transit service to Lexington will include not only fixed transit stops but also flag stops. A flag stop is when a rider boards a bus at a safe location that is not an established stop with a posted sign. The bus will stop if it can do so without creating a hazard, and where the driver can see you in plenty of time to stop.

Flag Stop Locations



  • 114 1st Ave NW, Sun’s Teriyaki
  • 820 Westside Hwy, Auto Bath / Freedom Market
  • 120 Solomon Drive, Country Run Apartments
  • 1410-1418 Westside Hwy
  • 1508 Westside Hwy, Bob’s Lil Car Hospital
  • 1626 Westside Hwy, El Ranchero
  • Aaron Drive
  • Ponderosa Drive
  • Rainbow Way
  • Boardwalk Way
  • Sparks Drive
  • Westside Hwy & Early Bird Dr
  • 120 Solomon Drive, Country Run Apartments
  • 825 Westside Hwy, Traci’s Pet Shop

How do I flag a bus?

  • Make sure the driver sees you. Using a flashlight or waving your arms as the bus approaches will help the driver see you.
  • The driver must determine whether or not it is safe to pull the bus over at the location you’ve chosen.
  • There must be adequate stopping distance for the bus.
  • The bus must be able to pull over enough so that it will not cause problems with other vehicles.
  • The area cannot be a blind corner.

ADA Service

ADA service will also be provided during the same time periods the bus route operates.  The bus will deviate to provide curb to curb service for those passengers who are approved to ride RiverCities LIFT.