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Plan Your Trip for Bus-to-Rail Connections at Northgate

Community Transit and partner transit agencies will implement fall service changes over three days beginning Oct. 2. The changes are significant for many Snohomish County riders.

The biggest change is the connection of all Community Transit 800-series bus routes, and three Sound Transit bus routes (511, 512, 513), to light rail at Northgate. Those buses will no longer serve the University of Washington, U District, and downtown Seattle directly.

Using an ORCA card reduces the cost of the bus-to-rail transfer versus paying cash.

Community Transit 400-series routes and Sound Transit Route 510 will continue to provide direct service between Snohomish County and downtown Seattle.

In addition to the bus-to-light-rail connections at Northgate, some local routes will have trips added to accommodate increasing ridership, and there are several minor route changes in north Snohomish County.

See https://www.communitytransit.org/newservice for more detail.



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