Community Transit is here to get you where you want to go and to connect you with other regional transit options. Whether it's Double Tall buses, ferries, trains, or light rail — there are so many ways to ride. Have you enjoyed all of the public transit options serving our region? Explore all the ways you can take transit and plan your next adventure.
Wondering where to start? Plan your trip and learn how to ride. Take a look at the communities we serve to find the bus route and stop information for communities across our service area. Plus, June is the perfect month to get riding if you haven't done so in a while — it's Ride Transit Month, and we have some fun ways for you to participate in the month-long celebration!
There are so many public transit options serving our region. Plan your next transit adventure on one of these fun options.
Where to ride a Double Tall bus:
You can catch a double decker bus from Sound Transit or a Double Tall bus from Community Transit when riding in our region.
About Double Tall buses:
Our fleet of Double Tall buses is the second largest in the US. They’re lower maintenance, more fuel efficient, and easier to maneuver in the snow and ice than articulated buses. Each can comfortably seat up to 100 riders and gives those seated up top a great view.
Plan your trip
Community Transit routes that operate using Double Tall buses: 402, 405, 410, 413, 415, 417, 421, 422, and 425.
Sound Transit Routes that operate using double-decker buses: 510, 512, 513, 532, and 535.
Please note that some of these routes also use articulated buses.
Where to ride the train:
The Sounder Train’s N Line spans four train stations with stops in Everett, Mukilteo, Edmonds, and Seattle. Everett Transit and Community Transit provide bus service to three of these stations.
About the Sounder Train:
Sounder N Line operates during weekday peak hours only. Riders can pay with an ORCA card, use cash or credit at ticket machines, or with the Transit GO Ticket app. Learn more about our train connections.
Community Transit brings you right to the Link 1 Line, providing frequent bus service to Northgate Station where you can connect to light rail.
About Link light rail:The 1 Line serves 19 stops on a north-south route between Northgate Station and Angle Lake station, with more stops expanding north and south currently under construction. The line connects Northgate, the University District, Downtown Seattle, the Rainier Valley, and Seattle–Tacoma International Airport. Learn more about connecting to light rail.
Community Transit provides direct connections to two ferry terminals:
About taking the ferry:
Taking the bus is a great way to connect with these stations, as there is limited parking available at both ferry stations.
Zip is an on-demand ride service for travel anywhere within our Alderwood service area for the same price as our local bus fare. See a map of the Alderwood Service Area.
About Zip Alderwood Shuttle:
The Zip Alderwood Shuttle will be a one-year pilot, running through October of 2023. You can take Zip Alderwood to the mall, movies, rec center, to run errands, and to connect to our bus services and Lynnwood Transit Center. Learn how it works and how to book a ride via phone or on the GOIN’ app.
When: June 11, 2023, noon–4 p.m.
Where: Skykomish River Park in Monroe
What: Enjoy performance art, music, vendors, activities, food, and fun as you celebrate love at Monroe’s Annual Pride Event!
When: June 14, 2023, 10 a.m.–1 p.m.
Where: Stilly Valley Center in Arlington
What: Speak with wellness and healthcare professionals, explore Medicare and insurance information, learn about transportation information, social service and domestic violence resources, and more!
When: June 14, 2023, 2 p.m.–6 p.m.
Where: Everett Station at 32nd Street & Smith Avenue
What: Join Everett Station District Association for the first "Town Hall Day". Learn about what organizations and agencies are doing to make the neighborhood a better place. Come out and visit with Community Transit to take the Ride Transit Month pledge, sign up for an ORCA card, and get some Ride Transit Month gear (while supplies last).
When: June 20, 2023, 2–5 p.m.
Where: Marysville Library
What: Meet with people from community organizations who can help you navigate the resources in our community, including help with food, housing, transportation, emergency preparedness, language learning, and more.