Welcome aboard! Community Transit helps people living with physical, sensory, and cognitive disabilities get from where they are to where they want to be. We work to remove barriers to travel to help each rider feel comfortable and safe aboard our buses and vans.
Bus stops, transit centers, and buses are ADA accessible to meet the needs of all riders. Our buses are equipped with a ramp, with seats reserved for older adults and riders with disabilities. Drivers are trained to secure mobility devices and can answer many rider questions.
Learn how to ride the bus with our free Travel Training program. Training is available for anyone who would like to learn how to ride the bus and is customized to ensure each rider feels confident before traveling on their own.
DART is a service for riders with one or more disabilities that prevent them from using Community Transit fixed-route bus services. To qualify, riders must participate in an in-person rider assessment.
Book a ride with Zip — our on-demand ride service — for quick and easy door-to-door trips anywhere within our Alderwood service area. If needed, please request a wheelchair-accessible vehicle when booking a trip.
The easiest way to pay is with an ORCA card. Riders with disabilities can use a Regional Reduced Fare Permit (RRFP) to get discounted fares on regional transit services, including Community Transit buses, Sound Transit trains, Link light rail, Washington State Ferries, and more. Medicare card holders can also get an RRFP. Riders must use an ORCA card to get the discounted fare.
Learn more about fares and passes.
Our online tools and resources provide all the information you need to start using transit:
Customers can also visit the RideStore for in-person assistance.