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Bus Service to the U-District

Community Transit offers seven bus routes from Snohomish County to the University of Washington and U-District in Seattle. Free yourself from high gas prices and stressful commutes by exercising your ORCA-powered University of Washington U-PASS options - unlimited rides on any area transit agency, free parking and subsidized fares for vanpools, and many other benefits.

 

Neighborhood Routes
Edmonds 871
S. Everett 810, 860
Lynnwood 810, 821, 855, 880
Marysville 821
Mill Creek 810, 860
Monroe 424
Mountlake Terrace 810, 871
Mukilteo 880
Snohomish 424

Sound Transit ST Express Route 512 serves I-5 & NE 45th St at select times.

UW Bothell Campus

Two Community Transit bus routes serve the UW Bothell campus every half-hour all day.

See schedules for Routes 105 and 106.

More Options

Swift bus rapid transit. Frequent service running between Everett and Shoreline connects to U-District service near Highway 99 (Edmonds Park & Ride) and at Aurora Village (King County Metro Route 373). With your ORCA-powered U-PASS, just tap your card at the Swift station ORCA reader and board Swift at any door. Be prepared to show your valid pass to a Swift Ambassador upon request.

Park & Ride. Community Transit bus service to the University District departs from park & rides and other locations all over Snohomish County. With local bus service connections and bike racks on every bus, you might not even need to start your car. Check out bus service from Swamp Creek (on 164th St in Lynnwood), McCollum Park, Edmonds, and Cedar and Grove.

Vanpool & Carpool. Join a van or start your own pool. The UW pays up to $70 a month toward vanpool fares for U-PASS holders. Primary drivers get their U-PASS free. Vans get priority ferry loading and free parking on campus. Bike racks are available.

Register at www.rideshareonline.com to find carpool and vanpool matches within minutes. The U-PASS website also lists vanpools looking for riders.