Community Transit's Vanpool service helps people get from where they are to where they want to be throughout Snohomish County and beyond. We work hard every day to make sure your ride is a safe and healthy one. But we need your help too.
We’ve always been committed to making your Vanpool ride a safe one, and that’s true now more than ever. You’ll see our commitment to safety throughout your journey with us.
With flexible scheduling options and a variety of vehicle sizes (7, 12 and 15 passenger vans), we have many options available to make sure each Vanpool group has the space they need.
While masks are not required for using Community Transit services, you are always welcome to wear one to help protect yourself and others. We provide a starter kit of masks for each new Vanpool and during Vanpool maintenance; additional masks available upon request.
We provide a starter kit of disinfecting products for each new Vanpool and at Vanpool maintenance visits. Each vehicle is also disinfected before being issued to a new Vanpool group, during Vanpool maintenance, and when provided as a loaner.
With the fan on high and pulling air from the outside, the air inside of our vans is exchanged with fresh air about every 50 seconds. As weather allows, riders may also open windows for additional air circulation.
Our professional mechanics service your Vanpool vehicle every 6 months/5,000 miles to keep it in top condition. Maintenance appointments are a breeze — self-service, contact-free, scheduled at your convenience and with a disinfected loaner vehicle provided.
We've added helpful reminders within our vehicles about how to ride safely and we keep in touch with our Vanpool groups by email. Sign up for Vanpool Safety Updates to receive timely updates on any changes to our safety measures or recommendations.
We are proud to provide Vanpool service to riders who need it each and every day. We ask that you help by using our services responsibly and making safe choices before, during and after your ride.
While masks are no longer required when using Community Transit services, please feel free to wear them as needed to help protect yourself and others.
Avoid riding if you are sick or think you may have been exposed to COVID-19.
Wash your hands often, or use hand sanitizer when not near a sink, and avoid contact with common, high-touch areas.