Mar 4, 2014
Pipeline Installation Will Close 20th St SE for Two Months Starting Monday, March 10, pipeline installation on 20th St SE (between 79th Ave SE and 88th Ave SE) in Lake Steve...
Mar 4, 2014
Due to a potential safety issue, first row front-facing flip-up seats are being removed on buses that do not have a barrier between those seats and the wheelchair area. This...
Feb 20, 2014
Effective February 15, 2014, King County Metro has closed the stop at eastbound N 200th St & Aurora Ave N (Stop ID #256). Customers who take the following routes are enc...
Feb 5, 2014
The Ash Way Park & Ride Bus Loop will be closed nights and weekends through March 2014: Weeknights, 7:15 p.m. - 4:15 a.m. Saturday & Sunday, all hours ...
Feb 4, 2014
Due to the road widening project on 52nd Ave W from 150th St SW to 164th SW, Route 119 is on a reoute. Route 119 buses will use 48th Ave. W between 148th St SW and 168th St ...
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...
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Community Transit budget documents are provided here to give easy access to important information about agency revenues, expenditures and financial status.
You may review the 2014 Budget by downloading the document from the provided link. Previous years' financial documents are available below.
In Washington state, voter-approved sales taxes are the primary funding source for public transportation.
The residents of Snohomish County have voted for transit on several occasions throughout our 37-year history. Thanks to that support, Community Transit receives 0.9 percent sales tax revenue within our service district, the maximum authorized for transit agencies under state law. That's 9 cents of every $10 taxable purchase that comes to Community Transit.
Sales tax revenues usually account for 65 to 70 percent of Community Transit's operating budget. During the recession, sales tax collections dropped about 20 percent. They have only recently begun to increase.
To highlight Community Transit's funding source, and to help transit as well as local businesses during the recession, the agency launched a Buy Local for Transit campaign. Buy Local for Transit urges Snohomish County residents to shop locally so sales tax dollars could help boost the local economy.
* Projected. Source: Community Transit 2014 Proposed Budget Summary