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Service Change Proposal

Fall 2020 and Spring 2021

Community Transit buses line up in downtown Seattle

Community Transit continues to increase bus service and make improvements that enhance local and regional connections, and will allow local buses to connect with regional light rail when it reaches Snohomish County in 2024.

The proposed changes listed below would take place in September 2020 and March 2021.

With these changes, the agency aims to increase:

  • Weekday and weekend trips
  • Frequency of service
  • Expansion of coverage

Creating new service that improves local bus connections in south Snohomish County is also a priority with these changes.


Public Comment

Community Transit is taking public comment on this this proposal through April 2.

Join us to learn more and comment

Community Transit staff will answer your questions on this proposal at the following events:

  • Tuesday, March 10 at Noon – Community Transit Live webcast on Facebook
  • Tuesday, March 24 at Noon – Community Transit Live webcast on Facebook [Canceled]

Public Hearing Canceled

The April 2, 2020 public hearing before the Community Transit Board of Directors has been canceled. Please send your comments through one of the channels listed above. 

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All changes listed below are proposed for September 2020, except changes to Route 111 which may take place in March 2021.

Download a PDF of the Fall 2020/Spring 2021 Service Change Proposal booklet

 

Title VI Analysis

In compliance with federal regulations, Community Transit evaluates service change proposals for disparate or disproportional impacts to ethnic minorities and low-income populations.

Staff conducted the standard analysis for the September 2020/March 2021 service change proposals in regard to Title VI minority and low-income populations. It has been determined that it qualifies as a major service change. The proposed changes would add over 14,500 service hours and close to 20,500 trips to annual service levels.

Download a PDF of the Title VI Analysis for Sept 2020-March 2021 Service Change Proposal.

Proposed Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 Service Changes

Route 107 – Lynnwood Transit Center-Seaway Transit Center
Route 109 – Ash Way PR-Lake Stevens Transit Center
Route 111 – Alderwood Mall-Edmonds CC
Route 112 - Mountlake Terrace - Ash Way P&R
Route 435 - Canyon Park - Seattle