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Here's what we're doing to help keep our customers and employees healthy and safe. We continue to operate reduced service.

September 2020 Service Change

Community Transit will change its service schedule effective Sunday, September 20.

These schedule changes will last through March 2021. They reflect a service increase to 85% of service levels operated before the COVID-19 pandemic. The weekday schedule will have about 80 more bus trips.

Some routes will see an increase in trips, and some routes will see a slight decrease in trips.

The September service change will:

  • Reduce waiting time on less frequent routes,
  • Add trips on routes that are seeing higher ridership at certain times of the day, and
  • Improve transfer connections.

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If you do not see your Route listed below, then there are no changes.

 

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Route Changes for 2020 September Service Change

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Route 105
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Route 855
Route 860
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Route 880

Projects Expected to Impact Fall Bus Service

In addition to trip changes, two longer-term projects are expected to impact bus service this fall.

  • The new Mukilteo Multimodal Ferry Terminal is expected to open in late 2020. When it does, routes serving the current ferry terminal will remain on the same schedule, but will stop at the new terminal location.
  • The Mountlake Terrace Freeway Station is expected to reopen in late 2020. At that time, routes that previously served the transit center via the freeway station will once again serve this transit center.

Look for rider alerts as those projects conclude. You can sign up for real-time service alerts by email or text at communitytransit.org/subscribe.

Community Transit remains committed to providing a safe trip for our customers and employees.

  • Visit communitytransit.org/coronavirus for information on what we are doing to maintain safety.
  • Face coverings are mandatory on public transit.
  • Please stay at least six feet from drivers and other riders on the bus and at transit facilities.