The Swift Green Line begins service between Canyon Park/Bothell and Boeing/Paine Field on March 24, 2019!
Swift buses will run every 10 minutes on weekdays, and every 20 minutes early mornings, nights and on weekends.
Swift bus rapid transit is different than regular local bus service. Customers pay their fares at the station. When the bus arrives, all doors open and passengers get on and off the bus in about 10 seconds. That’s Swift!
With frequent service and stations that are spaced farther apart than regular bus stops, Swift bus rapid transit offers the efficiency and appeal of light rail, constructed faster and at a fraction of the cost.
Bus rapid transit makes it easier for people to work, live and play without driving on congested roadways.
The Swift Blue Line on Highway 99
Swift Green Line will connect with Swift Blue Line at Highway 99 & Airport Road. This establishes Snohomish County’s first high-capacity transit network, which will eventually include more Swift lines and Link light rail.
Building the Swift Green Line is the largest capital project in Community Transit's history. The entire project has three main parts:
The Swift Green Line will serve 34 stations at 16 intersections and two terminals. Uniquely designed and highly visible, Swift stations include weather protection, seating, lighting, rider information, ticket vending machines, ORCA smart card readers and real-time next bus signs.
The Seaway Transit Center will serve as the northern terminal for the Swift Green Line, as well as a hub for Paine Field bus service and private shuttles to nearby businesses, including Boeing.
In partnership with WSDOT, Snohomish County and other agencies, Community Transit is creating
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