Helping you get where you want to go

Helping seniors get around Snohomish County

Riding Community Transit 

Community Transit helps people get from where they are to where they want to be, throughout Snohomish County and beyond.

With our convenient schedules and reliable service, riding the bus can be easy, affordable, and fun. Our diverse fleet of buses, vans, and services are designed to enhance the transportation options for the customers we serve, providing accessible rides for all. 

Local Destinations

Our bus routes can get you to main business hubs throughout Snohomish County, as well as other transit options. See where you can go.

An image of the Mukilteo lighthouse with a ferry in the background
Mukilteo Landing and Ferry Terminal

910 Front St
Mukilteo, WA 98275

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Paine Field Swift Station
Paine Field

3220 100th St SW
Everett, WA 98204

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Northgate Light Rail
Northgate Station

10200 1st Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98125

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Lynnwood Transit Center Ride Store
Lynnwood Transit Center

20100 48th Ave W
Lynnwood, WA 98036

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Sounder Connection Edmonds Station
Edmonds Station

211 Railroad Ave
Edmonds, WA 98020

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Everett Station Swift Station
Everett Station

3201 Smith Ave
Everett, WA 98201

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Other Services & Amenities

Community Transit Bus
Local bus service

Our buses take riders throughout Snohomish County and beyond, with direct connections to other regional transit options. Every bus is equipped with a wheelchair lift or ramp and our drivers are trained to assist people who may need extra help as they board. 

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Community Transit DART bus
DART Paratransit 

DART is a paratransit service for people who are unable to use Community Transit  fixed-route buses due to a disability. Qualified riders can reserve a ride to go anywhere within three-fourths of a mile of local fixed-route bus stops.

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Rider learning how to ride the bus
Travel Training Program

We offer a free Travel Training Program for anyone who needs its, including seniors, people with disabilities, people who may have language barriers, and anyone else who may need a little extra help learning to ride the bus.

Training is customized to meet each person's needs, whether they want general bus riding orientation or in-depth, one-on-one training. Group presentations are also available. Please call (425) 348-2379 for more information.

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One Regional Card for All (ORCA) cards are accepted on most transit buses in the region and on Sounder, light rail, Seattle Streetcars, Washington State Ferries, and other transit options.
Senior fare discounts

Reduced fares from $1.25 per ride are available for adults age 65 and older. Customers can also apply for the Regional Reduced Fare Permit, giving qualified riders a monthly pass on their ORCA card at a reduced cost. 

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