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Rte 115 & 116: Stop #1580 Closed 1/27-28

January 26, 2015

3:44 PM

Stop #1580 (at 164th St SE & Mill Creek Blvd) will be closed:

Snohomish PUD will be closing the lane in front of this stop for utility work, so buses will be unable to serve it.

Please board your bus at the orange Temporary Stop marker which will be located approximately 200 feet west of the stop. Thank you!

Rte 201/202: N. Broadway stop closures

January 5, 2015

4:51 PM

Due to intermittent closures of the southbound Snohomish River Bridge between Marysville and Everett, southbound Route 201/202 buses will use I-5 instead of Broadway to get to Everett Station.

This means the two stops near Everett Community College and Providence Hospital will not be served weeknights after 8 p.m. and on weekends.

When the stops are not being served by Community Transit, customers should take Everett Transit Route 7 to get to Everett Station.


Rtes 130, 416: Stop Closures Start 1/6/15

December 12, 2014

4:21 PM

Construction To Close Stops Between Dayton & Walnut Streets

Construction will close stops on 5th Avenue S. between Dayton and Walnut Streets from Tuesday, 1/6/15 to Friday, 1/9/15. Buses serving Routes 130 and 416 will not be able to serve these stops from 7 a.m - 5 p.m. on those days.

During these closures, please board your bus at the following locations:

Route 130 to Mountlake Terrace and Lynnwood:

Route 416 to Seattle:

Rte 535: Reroutes On Trips After 8 p.m.

September 17, 2014

11:51 AM

Possible Delays During Unscheduled Closures of I-405 Ramp

Update: 12/19/2014

Construction on the Eastside has been closing I-405 ramps in Bellevue, Kirkland and Bothell since September 2014. Previously, we did not have advance notice of ramp closures.

As of today, all Route 535 trips occuring after 8 p.m. will be rerouted. Service delays may result. 

This construction is expected to continue into 2015.

We want you to be aware of this reroute and the delays that may result so you can plan accordingly. 

Thank you for your patience!