Oct 20, 2014
With it being darker later in the morning and earlier in the evening, pedestrians are at higher risk of being involved in an accident or not being seen by their bus driver. ...
Oct 16, 2014
A bus stop has been replaced along Route 222 on Marine Drive NE between 33rd Avenue NE and 31st Avene S. The stop is #3060.
Oct 16, 2014
Two new stops have been installed along Route 106 at the intersection of 35th Avenue SE & Seattle Hill Road in Mill Creek.. The northbound stop is #3058 and the southbou...
Oct 9, 2014
All trips for routes 270 & 277 in Sultan will be affected by grinding and paving work on High Street and 4th Street. The following stops will be closed as of ...
Oct 7, 2014
Starting October 13, Community Transit will be upgrading the lighting and drainage at Mariner Park & Ride. This project is expected to take several weeks and ...
Sep 11, 2014
Construction Closes Stop at Southbound Aurora Ave at N. 205th St. Effective Wednesday, September 10 into late 2015, Stop #2089 in Shoreline will be closed due to constructio...
Sep 2, 2014
Until further notice, the following bus stops will be closed due to construction on High Street, 4th Street and Alder Avenue: southbound 1st St., south of...
Sep 2, 2014
Five-Corners Construction Reroute Bypasses Stops in Edmonds Route 115 buses will reroute to bypass the intersection of 84th Avenue W and 212th due to construction...
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Community Transit receives nearly 70 percent of its funding from voter-approved sales tax revenues to provide public transportation services in Snohomish County. As consumer spending in our county dwindled during the recession, so did revenues for our transit services.
Because of these economic challenges, Community Transit reduced expenses, laid off a third of its workers and cut 37 percent of its bus service, including all service on Sundays and major holidays.
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