Aug 5, 2014
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will be doing construction work on Highway 530 east of Oso beginning this week. Construction will impact Route 232 bus ...
Aug 4, 2014
When the Mariners play weekday home games, buses into and out of Seattle are often delayed. The delays often get worse on later trips. Plan ahead. View the Mariners schedule...
Jul 28, 2014
Construction on UW Bothell Campus Closes Stops on Campus Way Beginning Friday, August 1, 2014, the two stops located at Campus Way NE and the Library will be permanently clo...
Jul 18, 2014
Until further notice, stops between 240th St and 232nd northbound on the Bothell-Everett Highway (Hwy 527) are closed for road work. Please use the temporary stops located at th...
Jun 20, 2014
Reroutes on Alder Ave. Begin June 23 Routes 270 and 277 through Sultan will re-route due to major construction on Alder Ave. specifically between 5th and 8th Streets. The re...
Jun 16, 2014
Due to new weight restrictions on the Broadway Bridge in downtown Everett, Routes 201 & 202 will be re-routed around the bridge effective June 19. As a result, the north...
Jun 16, 2014
Rte 424 Now Serves Evergreen Point Freeway Station Starting Monday, June 16, Route 424 will no longer serve the eastbound and westbound freeway stations on SR 520. Riders sh...
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The Smokey Point Transit Center in west Arlington is undergoing renovation. The new transit center, when it reopens in summer 2014, will have seating, shelter and more bus bays to accomodate safe transfers.
There will be no parking at the new transit center.
During construction, there will be slight changes to some routing of buses serving Smokey Point.
When the Smokey Point Transit Center reopens, it will provide a safe and sheltered transfer point for Routes 201/202, 220, 227 and 240.
If you have questions about your bus service, please call (425) 353-RIDE (7433) or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please check this page for future updates as this project progresses.
The Smokey Point Transit Center renovation project is endeavoring to become certified under the Greenroads™ rating system. Greenroads™ is a third-party, points-based system, similar to other ‘green building’ rating systems such as LEED or GreenGlobes, but is appropriate for roadway and transit infrastructure projects.
Community Transit is proud to be one of the first public transit agencies in the world to use the Greenroads™ rating system, which encompasses both design and construction practices into the certification process.
To reduce our environmental footprint during this project, Community Transit is taking these steps: