Apr 29, 2016
May Day Events are scheduled to take place on Sunday, May 1 between 2:00 - 7:00 p.m. These events could affect Rte 512 service in the following areas of downtown Seattle: ...
Apr 29, 2016
On Sunday, May 1 between 6 p.m. - Midnight, system maintenance is scheduled to take place.This means our web and mobile sites may be slow to respond sporadically during this tim...
Apr 26, 2016
Viaduct Closure Means More Surface Street Traffic; Service Delays Anticipated Starting Friday, April 29, the Alaskan Way Via...
Mar 31, 2016
City of Seattle has issued a traffic advisory, noting that Stewart Street will be reduced to one lane of traffic between Minor Avenue and Terry Avenue. This lane reduct...
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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Community Transit has 13 bus routes offering more than 100 roundtrips Monday-Friday 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, 512|
|Lynnwood||402, 413, 415, 417, 421, 422, 425, 511, 512|
|Mountlake Terrace||413, 415, 511, 512, 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 you can get a transit incentive.
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.
Community Transit offers real-time bus information via BusFinder. You can use your smartphone's GPS location feature to find which stops are nearby, or enter the bus stop number to learn when the next Community Transit or Sound Transit buses to Snohomish County will be departing. The stop numbers listed at Seattle bus stops are King County Metro numbers. Use this conversion chart to enter the appropriate Community Transit bus stop number.
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.