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Whether you’re going to Mukilteo to catch a ferry, leaving Mukilteo to head to work or school, or attending a meeting at the stately Rosehill Community Center, public transportation can get you there.
You can take the bus to the Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival on September 6 & 7. All three Mukilteo bus routes serve stops near Lighthouse Park. See schedules below.
Buses stop just uphill from the Mukilteo Ferry dock, adjacent to Lighthouse Park on Highway 525.
Mukilteo is the state’s second busiest ferry terminal, but walk-on passengers never have to wait for the next boat. Use this advantage by taking the bus to the ferry. Vanpools and registered carpools also get loading priority.
Across the water on Whidbey Island, Island Transit provides free transit service from the Clinton Ferry Terminal.
|to Ash Way Park & Ride||113|
|to Downtown Seattle (commuter)||417|
|to University of Washington (commuter)||880|
Community Transit Fares: If you are traveling within Snohomish County, even if you are riding a commuter bus (400- and 800-series routes), you will pay local fare. See the fare chart here.
Sound Transit: Sounder commuter trains provide service from Everett to Seattle with stops in Mukilteo and Edmonds. Mukilteo Station is located at 920 First Street, northeast of the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal.
Everett Transit: Route 18 serves Mukilteo and downtown Everett, including the multimodal Everett Station transit hub. Route 70 provides commuter service to Everett Boeing.