It was all cheers and flying dirt at Lynnwood Transit Center last April when Community Transit broke ground on the Swift Orange Line.
As elected officials wielded shovels to mark the occasion, bus riders saw what it will mean to have fast, frequent bus rapid transit (BRT) service in south Snohomish County.
The third Swift BRT line, Swift Orange Line, will provide people with east-west connectivity across southern Snohomish County, linking Mill Creek and Lynnwood, with stops at many popular destinations, including Alderwood Mall and Edmonds College. People will also have access to the Sound Transit Link light rail once it extends to Lynnwood. Swift Orange Line service starts in 2024.
Since breaking ground on construction, we’ve made a lot of progress on the Swift Orange Line. Crews have started working at seven of the ten new Swift stations along the corridor. Some of the locations are nearly complete!
Here’s what’s happening now at the various stations along the corridor:
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