Jul 30, 2015
WSDOT construction currently underway at the following Community Transit stops is expected to be completed by October 2016: Stop #1398 at southbound I-5 & 116th St N...
Jul 30, 2015
Earlier this month, you may have seen a sign posted at Stop #2905 (Boeing Perimeter Rd. Seaway Blvd) alerting you of its permanent closure as of August 1. We are writing to ...
Jul 28, 2015
On Saturday, August 1, King County Metro will permanently close the bus stop located on southbound 2nd Avenue S, just south of S Washington Street. This particular stop is ...
Jul 28, 2015
The Show-n-Shine Car Show in Granite Falls takes place Saturday, August 1 on Granite Ave. from Stanley St to Pioneer St. During the event, Stop #890 at the Granite Falls Park an...
Jul 28, 2015
On Saturday, August 1 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., the following Community Transit bus stops will be temporarily closed during Stanwood-Camano Fair Parade festivities: ...
Jul 16, 2015
Starting Monday, July 20 contractors will begin work on the platform at Ash Way Park & Ride. Demo and construction work will take place from 9 p.m. – 4:15 a.m. for up ...
Jul 1, 2015
Effective July 2, Stop 1017 at NB Hwy 99 & 205th/244th will be closed for construction. We do not know how long the closure will last. During this time, please use the f...
Apr 24, 2015
When the Mariners play weekday home games, buses into and out of Seattle are often delayed. The delays often get worse on later trips. Plan ahead. View the Mariners schedule...
Mar 1, 2015
Possible Delays During Unscheduled Closures of I-405 Ramp Due to ongoing construction of the I-405 ramps in Bellevue, Kirkland and Bothell, all Route 535 trips occuring afte...
Feb 13, 2015
Construction has closed N. 200th St. between Aurora Village Transit Center and Aurora Ave (Hwy 99). This construction will take place all hours until late August or Septemb...
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Community Transit does not collect personal information about you unless you voluntarily provide it to us. We automatically collect anonymous or statistical information as described below but only to assist us in improving this site.
By anonymous information, we mean data that cannot be linked to specific individuals. When you visit our website, we automatically collect some basic information about your computer as part of the software operation of our website.
We log user hits, visits and sessions, but only to help us create a better overall experience for website users. The statistics are compiled into website traffic reports, which help us to understand and respond to user behavior.
Cookies are another type of anonymous information. A website cookie is a small text file that a Web server (such as Community Transit's) places on a user's computer. When accessing a cookie, a Web server reads a number associated with a browser, but is unable to determine any data about a user (nor, for that matter, can the server do anything else with a cookie, malicious or otherwise). When reading a cookie, a Web server can tailor its information to the needs of the specific browser for instance, when you want information specific to your needs or location called up each time you visit. Cookies can be erased by a computer user, or a personal computer can be configured to not accept cookies. However, certain advantages can be lost if cookies are not allowed and a user may have to log on to a website each time that site is visited.
Some personally identifiable information may be collected on this site from specific individuals who have volunteered information, such as to join the Curb the Congestion Club or log Bike to Work hours. Data could include name, phone number, address or e-mail address. Providing that information to us is purely voluntary and is used to serve you better. For example, if you ask a question via our comment form and give us your e-mail address, we're able to respond to your question personally.
Personally identifiable information volunteered on the Community Transit website is used only on a need-to-know basis, and will not be made accessible to unauthorized employees at any time.
Community Transit partner Web servers contain state-of-the-industry security precautions that prevent personal information from being stolen or tampered with. If you submit a credit-card number, that information will be protected by secure server software (SSL), which encrypts all information before being securely sent across the Internet.
Neither Community Transit nor its partners will sell, lease or give away personally identifiable information to other governments, organizations or private businesses within the limits of the law. The information you provide will be used only for the purpose for which it is intended, however, once submitted to this website it becomes a public record subject to public record keeping regulations including disclosure. In most cases the information you give us will be used only to help us in providing you information that you request.
Public information (as opposed to private information) involves information about activity that is regulated. For example, in purchasing an ORCA card online, a person's name is public information (because transit systems are regulated by the state), but the fact that you bought it with a certain credit card number is not (because means of purchasing is not regulated).
Public information includes correspondence with Community Transit, including e-mails and website comments about agency processes, policies, activities and other types of general correspondence. However, certain subjects fall under exemptions of the state's public disclosure act, including employee benefit questions, collective bargaining and other types of client-specific data.
For details, see "Revised Code of Washington 42.17.260(1), Documents and indexes to be made public," and the federal "Freedom of Information Act."
The personal information you provide through our website is retained for state-mandated public records retention periods by Community Transit and electronically stored in secure environments that are inaccessible to the public. If, at any time, you wish to have your name and other personal information removed from our database, or you wish to review, update, correct or ask questions about your personal information, please let us know by writing to us at Community Transit, 7100 Hardeson Road, Everett, WA 98203-5834, Attention: Customer Service.
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