Feb 5, 2016
Community Transit will operate local buses within Snohomish County on regular schedule Presidents Day, Monday, Feb. 15. Commuter service to and from downtown Seattle and th...
Jan 29, 2016
Starting Monday, February 1, Route 130 will be unable to service stops on Railroad Avenue and Harbour Square for approximately three (3) weeks. Since the work is weather-de...
Jan 25, 2016
Effective January 25, Route 120 buses will reroute off the following streets due to a series of construction road closures. Westbound 223rd St SE @ 23rd...
Dec 24, 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...
Dec 7, 2015
Route 105 Reroutes Off NE 185th St in Bothell: New Alternate Stop Added 12/7/15 This reroute is in effect until further notice. Route 105 buses will be rerouted off NE 1...
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...
Aug 5, 2015
Starting Monday, August 10, McCollum Park Park & Ride will begin major renovations to improve bus access. Please allow extra time to walk from the park and ride to the t...
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Community Transit vanpools must begin or end in Snohomish County. Vanpool coordinators provide support for group formation, driver orientation, vehicle maintenance and rider recruitment. Call 1 (888) 814-1300 for more information.
A vanpool is a group of 5-15 commuters who ride to work together in a van provided by Community Transit. Vanpools generally follow a set schedule and route, but unlike a bus, these are set by the riders themselves. Fares are based on the size of the van and the daily round-trip mileage. Fares cover all gas, maintenance and insurance.
All vanpool drivers must have at least 5 years driving experience and possess a valid driver’s license. Before you can be scheduled for Vanpool Driver Orientation, you will need to obtain a copy of your driving record from the Department of Licensing (DOL). This report must be a five-year record and will say “Volunteer Organization/Transit Authority” at the top of the report. Any other type of record that does not contain complete information will not be accepted. You will need to visit your local Department of Licensing to make the request, or you can obtain a copy immediately online at www.dol.wa.gov. You will be charged $13.
Once you obtain your driving record fax or email it to one of the vanpool coordinators listed below. Please write your vanpool number and daytime phone number on the fax. The driving record cannot show any moving violations or preventable accidents within the past 3 years.
To request Vanpool Driver Orientation, which can be done online, or if you have any questions please contact a vanpool coordinator.
We are now providing an online payment option for individual vanpool fares using debit/credit cards or e-checks.
To pay a vanpool fare online:
• Find out the amount you owe and your four-digit vanpool ID from your vanpool bookkeeper.
• Enter your four-digit group number, for example, 1111. Then enter your name and payment amount.
• Enter cardholder information.
• Enter your payment card information.
• Agree to the terms and conditions and submit payment.
• You will receive a payment confirmation email, please print a copy for your bookkeeper or forward it to your bookkeeper.
o You can delete any personal information from the email before forwarding it to your bookkeeper.
The credit card vendor we use charges a fee for online payments: for credit and debit cards the fee is 2.5 percent, with a minimum charge of $2. For E-Checks there is a $2.00 flat fee.