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Rider Info

Welcome aboard! Whether you're a first-time rider or you're on a first-name basis with your favorite driver, here you'll find the helpful information you need, however you choose to ride.

First-time rider?

We make it easy for you to get started. Click through our Rider Guides to learn what you need to know to get where you want to go.

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Bus riding basics

Plan your route, learn about fares, and learn some simple tips before you go.

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Commute in a Vanpool

An affordable, faster, and less stressful way to commute to and from work.

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Accessible services

Accessibility is a top priority for us and we have several ongoing programs that make getting around the region easy and safe.

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One Regional Card for All (ORCA) cards are accepted on most transit buses in the region and on Sounder, light rail, Seattle Streetcars, Washington State Ferries, and other transit options.
Fares and passes

Fares vary based on routes and categories. The easiest and best way to pay is with an ORCA card, but cash is still an option.

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Youth riders

Riding with kids doesn’t have to be stressful. Learn how to make the trip smooth for everyone.

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Older Adult Riders

People of all ages and abilities are invited to use our services. Learn about reduced fares for riders ages 65+, trip-planning tools, accessible services, and more.

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Riders With Disabilities

Riders of all abilities are welcome on our vehicles. Whether it's buses, paratransit, or Travel Training, we can help you find the transit options that work best for you.

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Community Transit RideStore
Ride Store + Lost & Found

We can help!  Most items can be picked up the next business day at the Ride Store. We hold on to them for 14 calendar days.

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Bikes and buses

Bikes and buses are a perfect complement to any commute. Learn more about our racks and storage locker options.

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Pets and service animals

Here’s what you need to know to keep your animal and other passengers safe.

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Community Transit Service Ambassadors are available at many transit centers to help with your questions and concerns.
Safety and security

We’re working together to create a safe environment for all riders. 

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Rules and safety

There are state laws and Community Transit policies that apply to all riders and are intended to keep the ride safe and enjoyable for everyone.

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