Everett Transit Everett Transit provides local bus service within Everett city limits and to the Mukilteo Ferry dock and commuter-style service from Mukilteo to Boeing and from Marysville to Everett Community College and the Everett Naval Station. Passengers may make connections to Community Transit buses at Everett Station, in Mukilteo, at Mariner Park & Ride and along Evergreen Way.
Sound Transit Sound Transit provides daily ST Express bus service to Snohomish, King and Pierce counties, as well as weekday Sounder commuter trains. Community Transit operates the Sound Transit bus service which serves Snohomish County. Community Transit connects with Sound Transit buses at Everett Station, Ash Way Park & Ride, Canyon Park, the University of Washington Bothell campus, Lynnwood Transit Center and in Seattle. Community Transit connects with Sounder trains at stations in Edmonds, Everett, Mukilteo and Seattle. Sound Transit fare and service information is included in the Community Transit Bus Plus book.
(888) 889-6368 TTY Relay: 711
King County Metro Transit King County Metro buses make connections with Community Transit buses in Downtown Seattle, the University District, Woodinville, Redmond, Mountlake Terrace, Bothell and in Shoreline at the Aurora Village Transit Center.
(800) 542-7876 TDD (206) 684-1739
Island Transit Island Transit buses from Camano Island make connections with Community Transit service in Stanwood.
Skagit Transit Skagit Transit offers five morning roundtrips and five afternoon roundtrips on Route 90X between Mount Vernon and Everett Station, with a stop at Everett Community College.
Tulalip Tribes The Tulalip Tribes operate two bus routes on the reservation. The John Sam Lake route connects with Community Transit service at Quil Ceda Village. The Tulalip Bay route connects with our service there. Tribal buses are free and open to the public.
Tulalip Transit website
Washington State Ferries Washington State Ferries at Mukilteo and Edmonds are served by Community Transit local and commuter buses. Regular passengers can put both bus and ferry passes on an ORCA card.