Aug 23, 2016
Monday, September 5 is Labor Day. Community Transit will operate Sunday Service, which means: We will serve all local routes in Snohomish County We will not be ope...
Aug 16, 2016
Sultan Street Improvement Project Will Close Stops for Two Months Starting Monday, August 8, the following stops will be closed for two mo...
Jul 29, 2016
Stewart St. Lane Closures Expected to Delay Morning Service Commute Starting Monday, 8/1 Commuters Encouraged to Take Earlier Buses, Consider O...
Jul 29, 2016
Expect Reroutes Friday, July 29 for Tour de Terrace Parade Routes 119,130,810,871 Will Reroute Starting at 4 p.m. Today On Friday, July 29, from 4 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.,56t...
Jul 27, 2016
Starting Monday, August 1 (and for the next two months) Sound Transit will be repainting the passenger bays at Lynnwood Transit Center. The A Bays will be the first to b...
Jul 24, 2016
When buses are rerouted due to construction, or when there are major delays to our service, Community Transit sends out electronic alerts. You can sign up for e-alerts by te...
May 17, 2016
18-Month Yesler Bridge Project Begins Monday, May 23: Be Prepared for Reroutes and Stop Closures Starting Monday, May 23, two stops ...
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There will be minor route and schedule adjustments to Community Transit buses taking place on Oct. 1.
Commuters to downtown Seattle need to be aware that the downtown Seattle Ride Free Area will be eliminated Sept. 29.
Riders can get the new schedules online or in the new Bus Plus schedule book, available on buses.
In addition to schedule adjustments on many routes, there will be a some minor route changes.
Route 105 and 115 buses will no longer drive into the McCollum Park Park & Ride in south Everett.
North Smokey Point Stop Revisions
Route 240 buses will no longer serve the three stops just north of the Stillaguamish Senior Center in Smokey Point. Those stops will continue to be served by Route 220.
The Route 280 reroute on Highway 9 and Lundeen Parkway will become the permanent routing for all trips.
Seattle Ride Free Area Elimination
When the downtown Seattle Ride Free Area goes away, all bus riders will be required to pay on entry downtown. Community Transit does not charge a local fare in Seattle, so all bus riders must pay a commuter fare.
Also, Lynnwood-bound riders boarding Routes 421, 422 and 425 will need to tell the driver they are going to Lynnwood before paying their fare. Fareboxes on these buses are set to the higher commuter fare and must be reset for Lynnwood-bound customers.