March 12 Service Change to Add More Trips and Late-Night Options
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March 12 Service Change to Add More Trips and Late-Night Options

Feb 21, 2017

New service March 12 adds trips on 11 local and commuter routes

Snohomish County, Wash. – Community Transit continues to expand bus service inDouble Tall buses Snohomish County. Beginning March 12, more than 40 new trips are being added to increase weekday bus frequencies during the middle of the day and extend some service later at night on weekdays and Saturdays.

In addition, Saturday and Sunday schedules on several routes are being adjusted to allow for better connections to other bus service.

The service expansion will add trips on 11 routes, including:

  • New late-night trips on the Swift Blue Line and Route 101;
  • New late-night trips on Routes 201/202;
  • New midday trips on Route 119;
  • A new morning trip on Route 402 and an evening trip on Route 810; and
  • Expanded DART paratransit service hours along some routes.

Details of the service expansion plan are available at [link archived].

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