Commnuity Transit ferry connection

Community Transit ferry connections

Our bus service is a great way to connect with other services, including ferries. Our service area includes direct connections to two ferry terminals:

Edmonds Ferry Terminal Ferry service between Edmonds and Kingston, Washington.

Mukilteo Ferry Terminal Ferry service between Mukilteo and Clinton, Washington.

Taking the bus is a great way to connect with these stations, as there is limited parking available at both ferry stations. Click on the ferry terminal above for ferry schedule information and other details.

Getting to Mukilteo Ferry Terminal

  • Community Transit routes 113, 417, and 880 offer direct connections to the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal. 
  • Sounder offers commuter rail service from Mukilteo to Seattle with stops in Edmonds. In Mukilteo, Sounder rail is located at 920 First Street, southwest of the Mukilteo Ferry Terminal, 800 feet walking distance from terminal.
  • Everett Transit Route 18 offers direct connections to Mukilteo Ferry Terminal.

Getting to Edmonds Ferry Terminal

  • Community Transit routes 116, 130, 196, and 416 offer direct connections to the Edmonds Ferry Terminal. 
  • Sounder offers commuter rail service from Mukilteo to Seattle with stops in Edmonds. In Edmonds, Sounder rail is located near the waterfront along the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) tracks, between Railroad Avenue and Highway 104 and from Main Street to Dayton Street (adjacent to the existing Amtrak Station), at 211 Railroad Ave.
  • Paying with ORCA

    If you pay with  ORCA, you can save even more on your trip when connecting to a ferry. With ORCA, your initial fare payment is applied to any participating bus, train, or ferry you board for up to two hours. Both of these stations accept ORCA cards as a fare payment option.

    To use ORCA to pay your ferry fare, tap your ORCA card at the tollbooth or turnstile, or on the handheld card reader prior to boarding the ferry. If the product on your ORCA card is not sufficient to cover the fare, the difference will be deducted from your E-purse. If you do not have enough E-purse on your ORCA card to cover that difference, go to the tollbooth and pay the remaining fare with cash or credit card.