Oct 28, 2014
Starting Wednesday, October 29, roadwork will take place on 230th Sw SW and on 230th St SW and on 56th Ave W. Community Transit has been advised to put most trips of t...
Oct 28, 2014
Halloween activities will close stops temporarily from 1:30 p.m. until end of day Friday, October 31. Please board your bus at one of the following locations: 280 Tr...
Oct 28, 2014
On Friday, October 31, streets in Edmonds will be closed for their annual Trick or Treating event. From 3 p.m. - 8 p.m., please board your bus at one of these loc...
Oct 22, 2014
When buses are rerouted due to construction, or when there are major delays to our service, Community Transit sends out electronic alerts. You can sign up for e-alerts by te...
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 22, 2014
On Monday, September 29, our Fall Service Schedule will be in effect. Please click the links below for additional information: Summary of Fall Service Changes ...
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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Saving money, time and the environment, plus enjoying the trip to work rather than dreading it... these are all reasons why one out of five Puget Sound area commuters carpool, vanpool, bus, bike or walk to work or school. Click on the links below to learn about your transportation options. You might be surprised at how easy it is to find a better way to work or school!
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 and 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.
A vanpool is a group of 5-15 commuters who ride to work together in a van provided by Community Transit. The Puget Sound region has the most vanpools of anywhere in the country, proving how convenient and efficient it is to share the ride. Visit our Vanpool page for a list of current vanpools operating to and from Snohomish County. Learn more about Vanpooling, call Community Transit at (425) 348-7194 or email email@example.com.
Bus & Train
Let us do the driving for you! Riding the bus can be a convenient alternative to your daily commute. Community Transit, Everett Transit, King County Metro Transit and Sound Transit serve Snohomish and King counties, providing many options for riders. To find out what bus to take for your trip, try our online trip planner.
Bike & Walk
If you live within several miles of your destination, biking or walking a few days a week can be a great alternative to traffic hassles and commuting costs. Bike to Work Day and the Bike Commute Challenge are great ways to give bicycling to work a try. See our Bike to Work page for many resources, and our Bikes on Buses page for maps, bike lockers and more.
Compressed Work Week
Employees who compress their 40 hours of work into less than five days take trips off the road and gain flexibility. Employees may work "4/10s" (four 10-hour days), "3/36" (three 12-hour days) or "9/80" (80 hours worked in nine days, with the tenth day off) or flexible schedules that avoid peak commute times. Contact Community Transit to learn more.
Teleworking can result in higher quality work at a lower cost. It empowers people to work independently and have greater control over their lives. That's why many experts are calling teleworking a significant new work arrangement for the millenium. Contact Community Transit to see if teleworking will work for you.