May 21, 2015
Don't Worry-- Your Rte 275 Bus Will Serve Your Stop Until June 7 In preparation for the June 2015 Service Change: New stops located along Kelsey St., Fryelands B...
May 15, 2015
Week-long Utilities Work Will Block Access to Stop #301 King County will have a crew working on the roadway adjacent to Stop #301, located on eastbound 223rd St SE (far side...
May 13, 2015
Community Transit buses will not operate on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25. The Community Transit RideStore and Customer Information phone line will also be closed. Sound ...
Apr 23, 2015
Reroute Will Result in Missed Stops on NE 185th St in Bothell Underground construction work starting Friday, April 24 will cause Rte 105 buses to reroute off of NE 185th St,...
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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Transit Development Plan 2015 – 2020
Each year, Community Transit updates its six-year Transit Development Plan, which forecasts the agency's financial picture six years out and outlines services the agency can provide.
The Board of Directors approved the Transit Development Plan 2015-2020 (PDF) on May 7, 2015.
This year’s updated plan confirms the forecast for moderate service growth over the next six years, but also draws attention to the widening gap between transit service needs and actual service on the road.
As popularity grows for transit service, the agency has made plans to improve service and infrastructure:
Planned service increases fall far short of demand for transit service, and represent less than half the service that was cut during the recession. The state legislature is considering bills that would allow Community Transit to seek increased local funding through a public vote. New funding could pay for:
Meanwhile, the TDP points out that Community Transit must continue to invest in existing infrastructure to maintain quality service. This includes:
Community Transit's six-year Transit Development Plan is updated annually. Updates provide a refreshed six-year forecast of agency financials, service levels and capital projects.