Swift is a different kind of bus service that is designed to get you there fast. Swift bus rapid transit is the easy, convenient way to get around Snohomish County.
With buses arriving every 10 minutes on weekdays, and every 15–20 minutes during evenings and weekends, Swift Blue Line makes it easy to connect with your community. Just hop on and off along the line to run errands, shop, or eat out.
Swift Blue Line runs between Everett Station and Aurora Village Transit Center, serving the communities of Everett, Lynnwood, Edmonds, and Shoreline. Swift Blue Line connects with Swift Green Line at Hwy 99 & Airport Road, creating a Swift network of fast, frequent connections that will take you across the region.
Swift buses are frequent, arriving every 10 minutes on weekdays and every 15-20 minutes evenings and weekends. You don't need to have the schedule handy since Swift stations feature a next bus sign to tell you when your bus will arrive, usually in just a few minutes.
Download Swift Blue Line Schedule
Some key destinations on the route include:
Our Swift network is a gateway to places near and far.
Everett Station Connections: The north end of the line is one of our busiest transfer opportunities, with connections all across Snohomish County and beyond. You can even connect to Amtrak and Greyhound to go into Canada or across the country.
Aurora Village Transit Center Connections: The south end of the line is a busy hub of transfer opportunities into south Snohomish County, north King County and downtown Seattle.