News / Published on Feb 21, 2024

Route 115 is being replaced with new routes March 30

How to find your new route and learn about the upcoming changes
A middle aged man standing in front of a bus stop.

Major changes are coming to Community Transit this spring as we prepare for light rail to reach Snohomish County later this year. Starting on March 30, you’ll have more travel options in Snohomish County, better transit connections across the region, and more bus service in your area.

Route 115 (McCollum Park-Aurora Village) will be replaced with new bus routes. If you currently ride Route 115, you will now have a new route to reach your destination starting on March 30. 

Swift Orange Line (Edmonds College - McCollum Park) and Route 166 (Edmonds - Silver Firs)

For travel between  McCollum Park Park and Ride and  Aurora Village Transit Center, you can ride the new Swift Orange Line and transfer to the  Swift Blue Line. Service to the east side of the Alderwood mall will  be covered by new Route 166. The  Zip Alderwood Shuttle may also help you make connections in the Alderwood area. 

The Swift Orange Line Map - which shows a route from McCollum Park to Edmonds College.

A map of the new route 166

Route 114 (Aurora Village - Lynnwood)

For travel along the existing Route 115 along 200th St. SW, 212th St. SW, and 84th Ave. W between the  Lynnwood Transit Center and  Aurora Village Transit Center, you will take the new  Route 114.

A map of the new route 114
Faster and more frequent service

This change will bring faster and more frequent bus service between McCollum Park and Aurora Village. Route 114 will operate buses every 30 minutes during weekday peak travel times, and the Swift Orange Line will come every 10 minutes during peak travel times. You’ll also have more weekend service, with both the Swift Orange Line and Route 114 operating on Saturday and Sunday.

New Route 114 and the new Swift Orange Line from Community Transit on Vimeo.

Trip Planning Tools

  • You can use Maps & Schedules to see the March 2024 preview schedule for your route. Click on the line in the grey box that says “Preview these new schedules here.”
  • You can use Plan My Trip and set the departure or arrival date to March 30 or later to see what the route options for your trip will be.   

Prepare for the March 30 service change

Major service changes are happening on March 30 and again in August of 2024. The best way to prepare yourself for these changes is to learn about how they will affect you. 

Visit the Service Changes page on our website to see a full list of route changes that start on March 30. This page provides a comprehensive list of route changes, including maps, videos, and instructions on finding your new route.

We highly suggest you sign up for Rider Alerts on the Community Transit website to receive digital notifications via text or email about construction, holidays, severe weather conditions, and upcoming service changes.

For additional questions or comments about the upcoming service changes, contact Customer Care, available Monday to Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at (800) 562-1375 or (425) 353-RIDE (7433), TTY: 711, or via email at