We’re more than just buses

Community Transit operates programs that serve our vision of “travel made easy for all.” Learn more about all the ways we are working to serve our communities beyond bus service. 

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Community Voice

Want to help  Community Transit better serve the people in our communities? Sign up to join the Community Voice, a voluntary panel of local residents who help us understand the needs of our community members. Community Voice members provide information and feedback on topics that are important for improving the services that Community Transit provides.

Learn more about Community Voice 

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Van GO

Through our Van GO program, our retired vehicles are granted to nonprofit organizations that help provide vital services and transportation to people in our  communities. 

Learn more about Van GO  

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Commute Trip Reduction

We offer a variety of free services designed to support large businesses affected by the Washington State Commute Trip Reduction law.

Learn more about Commute Trip Reduction  

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ORCA for Business

Learn about transit products that best fit your organization’s needs and explore tools to manage employee programs.

Learn more about ORCA for Business  

Community Transit staff and board members, elected officials and community partners celebrated the kick-off of a one-year pilot of the agency’s first on-demand ride service, Zip Shuttle, at the Lynnwood Convention Center
Innovative Services

Community Transit’s Innovative Services focuses on partnering with local communities and jurisdictions to test new transportation solutions to help provide people with more public transit options and improve their quality of life.

Learn more about Innovative Services 

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Residential Partnerships
Access to convenient and affordable transportation can be a major factor in where someone chooses to live. Our Residential Partnerships program can help you share the value of public transportation options with prospective and current residents of your multifamily community.


Learn more about our Residential Partnerships program 

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Zero Emission Fleet Transition

We’re investing in the future by joining agencies in Washington and around the country to reduce greenhouse house gas emissions. Transforming our fleet from diesel-powered to zero-emissions buses is the largest single investment Community Transit has ever planned.

Learn more about the Zero Emissions Fleet Transition  

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Community Transit takes a holistic approach to sustainability, which involves protecting the environment, fostering economic stewardship, and providing for the well-being of others

Learn more about Sustainability at Community Transit   

Youth pay no fare when they ride with Community Transit.
Youth Program

Community Transit offers free programming for schools and community partners that helps teach students transit basics. Our goal is to inspire the next generation of public transit users through an engaging and hands-on presentation that offers students unique destinations they can get to with their peers using public transit.

Learn more about our Youth Program