Jun 23, 2016
July 4: Sunday Service, No Commuter Service, and a Reminder About Fireworks In observance of Independence Day, Community Transit will operate o...
Jun 6, 2016
Intersection Improvement Work at Bothell-Everett Highway & 228th Street SE Resumes The City of Bothell resumes night work now through...
May 17, 2016
18-Month Yesler Bridge Project Begins Monday, May 23: Be Prepared for Reroutes and Stop Closures Starting Monday, May 23, two stops ...
Apr 11, 2016
When the Mariners play weekday home games, buses into and out of Seattle are often delayed. The delays often get worse on later trips. Plan ahead. View the Mariners schedule...
Mar 14, 2016
Starting Wednesday, March 16, the following stops along Darrington Street will be closed while reconstruction work takes place: Stop #1354, Southbound Emens Ave, south o...
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Swift is Washington State’s first bus rapid transit line. It serves a 17-mile route between Everett and Shoreline and is designed to move people quickly, whether you are traveling from Everett to Lynnwood, Edmonds to Shoreline or anywhere in between.
Community Transit is developing plans for a second Swift line that would serve a 12.5-mile route between Paine Field/Boeing and Canyon Park/Bothell.
Since launching our first bus rapid transit line in November 2009, Swift has become Community Transit’s highest ridership route, thanks to the following features:
Swift station platforms are higher than a standard curb and nearly even with the floor of the bus, making it easy to step aboard.
People who use wheelchairs or mobility devices enter at the front door and have an option to use a passive restraint system that doesn’t require coach operator assistance. Standard restraint areas are also available.
Swift is a partnership between Snohomish County’s two local transit agencies: Community Transit and Everett Transit. Fifteen of the 28 Swift stations and more than half of all Swift passenger boardings are in Everett city limits.
Thanks to the innovative nature of bus rapid transit, both Community Transit and Everett Transit received competitive state and federal grants to fund most of Swift's capital costs (buses and stations).
Everett Transit also contributes operating funds for Swift.