We operate a fleet of more than 300 buses, traveling thousands of miles a day in service of communities across Snohomish County and the Puget Sound. With caring employees and clean, well-maintained vehicles, we provide local, commuter, and rapid transit service to riders every day.
Share the ride in a Community Transit Vanpool for a stress-free, fast, and cost-effective commute. Join an existing vanpool group or start a new group with three or more riders.
Get on-demand service for travel anywhere within our Alderwood service area for the same price as our local bus fare. Be among the first to get zipping around Alderwood when service starts on Oct. 20.
All Community Transit buses are wheelchair accessible and most can be lowered at the curb for easier boarding. DART serves those who are unable to ride on our buses and who qualify with an option to schedule rides in advance.
Community Transit provides a host of support services and amenities designed to enhance your experience riding with us.
We serve more than 29 park & rides and transit centers across the region, available for use by all of our customers, carpoolers, and vanpoolers.
Our buses, Zip, and DART can accommodate people with different accessibility needs. Learn about all the ways you can use our services when using mobility devices like scooters and wheelchairs and when bringing along service animals.
We’re bike friendly. All buses have bike racks (also an option with Vanpool) and we have weatherproof bike lockers at many transit centers and park & rides that rent by the year on a first-come, first-served basis.
It’s like Community Transit 101. Popular with seniors, persons with disabilities, and non-English speaking customers, this training is customized to meet your needs and makes you feel confident in using our services.