Dec 4, 2013
On Friday, December 6, 5th Avenue will be closed between Olive Way & Pike Street in downtown Seattle from 5 p.m. - 8:45 p.m. due to holiday traffic and the Great Figgy Puddi...
Dec 2, 2013
Fog, snow and icy conditions could impact your transit service. Community Transit makes every effort to maintain both safety and bus service, as well as to communicate with our ...
Nov 8, 2013
Construction Will Close Stop On Eastbound 132nd St SE Starting Tuesday, November 12, the northbound Route 412 stop on eastbound 132nd St SE (opposite the far...
Sep 19, 2013
A state sidewalk and signal project on Hwy 99 between Lincoln Way and Airport Rd. may cause occasional nighttime stop closures at Lincoln Way, Manor Way and Gibson (Stops # 1021...
Jul 2, 2013
Due to the road widening project on 52nd Ave W from 150th St SW to 164th SW, Route 119 will be on a reroute schedule starting Monday, July 8. The reroutes will continue until th...
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Community Transit has 13 bus routes offering more than 100 roundtrips each weekday between Snohomish County communities and downtown Seattle.
Buses use the I-5 HOV (carpool) lanes and have priority on Seattle streets, saving you time, money and stress.
|Neighborhood||Routes to Seattle|
|S. Everett||410, 412|
|Lynnwood||402, 413, 415, 417, 421, 422, 425, 511|
|Mountlake Terrace||413, 415, 511, 513|
Community Transit commuter fares are based on distance:
Many downtown Seattle employers offer incentives for employees to carpool or take transit, such as a discounted ORCA card valid on buses throughout the region. Check with your employer to find out if they offer transit incentives.
There are so many buses and busy stops in downtown Seattle that bus routes serve only designated stops every few blocks. Look for your route number posted at your stop to confirm that it will pick-up there. If it's not listed, walk a block to the next stop.
Drop-off bus stops are not posted with route numbers. Bus drivers call out the street names for the next stop when they are in Seattle so passengers are ready to deboard when they stop.
Visit our Bus Stop List to see a list of stops by route.
You may load or unload your bicycle at any stop in downtown Seattle. Please make sure to catch the driver's attention before stepping in front of the bus. Bicycles may also be loaded in the Seattle Transit Tunnel - be aware that the curb is extra-high.