Nov 25, 2015
On Friday, November 27, from 4:00 - 6:30 p.m., 4th & 5th Avenues will be closed between Seneca and Stewart Streets due to lighting ceremonies and holiday traffic. Stops loca...
Nov 25, 2015
On Friday, November 27, from 8:00 - 11:00 a.m., 4th & 5th Avenues will be closed between Seneca and Stewart Streets due to the Macy's Holiday Parade in downtown Seattle....
Nov 23, 2015
Turkey Trot Fun Run Will Temporarily Close Stops on Harbour Pointe Loop Thanksgiving Day On Thursday, November 26, the following stops along Harbour Pointe Loop will be clos...
Nov 12, 2015
Sunday Schedule on Thanksgiving; Reduced Commuter Service on Friday Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 26: Community Transit local buses and DART paratransit servi...
Nov 9, 2015
WSDOT Lighting Work Will Temporarily Close a Number of Parking Spaces UPDATE: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13 Work originally scheduled to be completed today will extend throug...
Nov 2, 2015
Fog, rain, 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 wit...
Oct 16, 2015
Grade Road Closed Up to a Year, But No Stops Will Be Missed Effective immediately, Grade Road in Lake Stevens will be closed between 30th St NE and 32nd St NE due to a roadw...
Aug 21, 2015
Effective Monday, August 24, Stop #2749 at westbound 228th St SW & 10 Ave SE (Edmonds CC) will be temporary closed for construction. Until further notice, please board y...
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Community Transit commuter fares to and from Seattle are based on distance. Customers who board or are traveling "North/East" of Everett pay a higher fare for commutes into Seattle than customers who board or are traveling to the "South/Everett" area.
If you ride a commuter route within Snohomish County only, you are eligible to pay local fare for that trip-- just be sure to notify the driver before tapping your ORCA card - otherwise the farebox will automatically charge the commuter rate.
Likewise, if you board a commuter bus in Seattle, and get off within Seattle, you will pay a commuter fare.
You can read our Fare Policy here.
|Service Category|| Adult |
| Youth |
|Reduced Fare|| Monthly Pass |
Adult /Youth /Reduced Fare
|Local||$2.25||$1.50||$1.00||$81 / $54 / $36|
|Commuter-South/Everett||$4.25||$3.00||$2.00||$153 / $108 / $72|
|Commuter- North/East*||$5.50||$4.00||$2.50||$198 / $144 / $90|
* Applies on Routes 421, 422, 424, 425, 821 when travelling to/from Seattle and Lake Stevens, Marysville, Monroe, Snohomish or Stanwood. Notify the driver if travelling only between Seattle and Lynnwood Transit Center to be charged the "South/Everett" fare.
Community Transit does not give transfers to cash customers. Paper transfers have been replaced by ORCA cards. ORCA gives you transfer credit for two hours after you first tap your card.
If you pay with cash and take more than one bus or train to get to your destination, you will have to pay full fare each time you board.
With ORCA, your transfer credit is automatically calculated based on the fare of your first trip. Simply tap your card on the second bus. If the next trip you take has a higher fare, the ORCA reader will display the difference and either deduct it from the "E-purse" value on your card or prompt you to pay the amount in cash.
King County Metro tickets and transfers are good on Metro buses only. Community Transit does not accept Metro tickets or transfers. If you use both systems, consider getting an ORCA card.
Edmonds Community College offers an ORCA-powered EdPass to students, staff and faculty.
The EdPass/ORCA is valid for unlimited rides on all Community Transit buses and DART paratransit vehicles. Users can load E-purse value or a separate monthly pass onto to use the card on other agencys' services.
Central Washington University, Lynnwood Campus, also offers students an ORCA card for unlimited transportation on Community Transit.
The U-PASS, offered through the University of Washington at the Seattle, Bothell and Tacoma campuses, is valid for full fare on Community Transit, King County Metro, Sound Transit and Everett Transit.
Instead of a U-PASS sticker, the new Husky card U-PASS is inside the smart chip in the Husky card.
Cascadia Community College also offers the U-PASS.
Regional Day passes can be purchased at ORCA retail outlets and ticket vending machines. A Regional Day Pass is good for one calendar day of service on all agencies that accept ORCA, except Washington State Ferries. Learn more about day passes at www.orcacard.com.
The DART paratransit fare is $2.25. There are no discounts or separate fare categories.
Since ORCA cards are not accepted on Dial-A-Ride-Transportation buses, Community Transit sells DART Paratransit tickets and monthly passes for use by DART customers. In addition to DART services, the DART passes and tickets are good for face value on all regular Community Transit buses. They are not accepted by any other transit or paratransit agencies. If you are already a DART customer, you can order your tickets online here. Contact the RideStore at Lynnwood Transit Center for assistance: 425-348-2350.