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These commuter maps help you plan smart and accessible travel routes to Boeing Everett when using the Boeing shuttle, bicycle and public transit.
Community Transit route information is effective September 27, 2015.
Community Transit and Everett Transit are ready to fly you to work on bus routes designed especially for Boeing-area workers. Non-Boeing employees are also welcome to board and deboard at public bus stops.
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Boeing service can work for other area employers as well - Fluke, PUD and Agilent are all within walking distance of a stop at the corner of Seaway Boulevard and the Boeing Perimeter Road. Other public bus stops are located on Airport Road, near Sno-Isle Skills Center and near Paine Field.
If bus service doesn’t work with your schedule, consider carpooling or vanpooling.
Both are also great ways to save money and reduce stress. Community Transit currently has over 90 vanpools to Boeing-Everett, many of which are looking for new riders. The pick-up points and schedule for the vanpool are set by the riders themselves. Some vanpools operate on compressed work weeks, on third shift and on swing shift, and some accept part-time riders.
A carpool is a group of two or more people who commute to work or other destinations together in a private vehicle. Carpool members work out their own agreements on who drives and how often, schedules, and payments for gas or maintenance. In a carpool, you'll save time by using the HOV lanes and may save money by lowering your insurance premiums; check with your agent for details. Your employer may even provide you with benefits like a carpool subsidy or preferential parking. Find your carpool partner today.
To find a carpool or vanpool, visit Rideshare Online to register in the regional ridematch system, or try Boeing's Commuter Connection, an internal-only ridematching service.
Boeing employees can get an extra $60 a month in their paychecks to cover public transportation expenses. For more information, contact the Boeing Commuting Office at (425) 717-6714 or visit them on the Boeing intranet.
What if your child gets sick during the day? Boeing offers a Guaranteed Ride Home by taxi in case a personal or work emergency comes up unexpectedly on a day you don't drive. You must be registered with the Boeing Public Transportation Incentive program to use this benefit.