Everett Transit, WA

menu

I'm standing at a bus stop. When does the next bus arrive?

Using your phone, you can access our ETA system for next bus arrival information. Call or text your bus stop number to 425-312-6329. The system will send you the next bus arrival information directly to your phone.

I left something on an Everett Transit bus. How do I get it back?

If you believe you have left an item on an Everett Transit bus, please contact our Customer Service office at 425-257-7773.

http://wa-everetttransit.civicplus.com/162/Lost-Found

How do I get a reduced fare card?

You must complete the Regional Reduced Fare Permit (RRFP) application and submit to a transit customer service office. Customer service staff at Everett Station and at the Lynnwood Transit Center can process the applications. The RRFP applications also require: - proof of disability that meets the eligibility criteria or proof that you are at least 65 years of age - valid ID - $3 card issuance fee Learn more -

Regional Reduced Fare Permit

Where is the Community Transit customer service office?

Community Transit refers to their customer service office as the Ridestore. It is located at the Lynnwood Transit Center, 20100 48th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98036. Contact them at 425-353-RIDE (7433) or 800-562-1375.

Are animals allowed on Everett Transit buses?

Everett Transit allows animals on the bus. Please be courteous and do not allow your animals to disturb other customers. Pets must be kept on your lap or on the floor of the bus; animals may not occupy a customer seat. Dogs must be on a leash and have a muzzle that covers the mouth and is secured behind the head. Owners must control their animals at all times and clean up after them. Except for dogs, all animals must be in an approved carrier. Animals not in an approved carrier will not be allowed on the bus. Service or guide animals are allowed on all Everett Transit buses. Under the American’s with Disabilities Act (ADA), service animals must be harnessed, leashed or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal or other effective controls.

What routes can I take to get to Everett Community College?

Everett Transit Routes 4, 5, 7 and 29 all serve Everett Community College. In addition, Community Transit Routes 201 and 202 and Skagit Transit Route 90X all serve the bus stop on Broadway Avenue at Tower which is right next to the college.

How do I get to Everett Station?

When taking the bus, there are many ways to get to Everett Station. Ten out of our thirteen routes serve the station. Refer to our bus schedule book or system map to see which route is closest to you.

How do I get to Everett Mall?

You have many options when planning a trip to Everett Mall. Depending on where you need to be picked up, you can chose from ET Routes 2, 7, 12, 17 or 29.

How do I get to Downtown Seattle?

From Everett Station or the South Everett Freeway Station you should board Sound Transit's Route 510 or 512. Additionally, Sound Transit's Route 513 serves stops at Evergreen and 79th and the Eastmont Park and Ride between 5 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. You can use the regional trip planner on this site to help you plan your trips to and from Seattle.

How do I get to Boeing Gate 72?

Everett Transit Route 3 serves Gate 72 throughout the day. In addition, during the morning and afternoon commute, Routes 12 and 70 also serve this gate. Please refer to these route schedules for further information.

How do I get to the Social Security office?

The Social Security office is located at 3809 Broadway in Everett. If travelling by bus, you will want to take Everett Transit Route 8 which serves the bus stop at Broadway Avenue and 38th.

How do I get a transfer?

Transfer tickets are no longer used by most transit agencies in the region. Transfers are built into the regional transit cards, ORCA cards. If you pay your bus fare with cash, you will be required to pay the full fare for every bus you board. If you use an ORCA card to pay your bus fare, the card keeps your fare active. This allows a 2-hour window to transfer to other agency buses. Since the card holds the value of the first fare you pay, you only pay the difference when transferring to a bus or train that requires a higher fare. Agencies that accept ORCA include: Everett Transit, Community Transit, Sound Transit, Kitsap Transit, Pierce Transit and King County Metro Transit.

Why are there so many different types of buses at Everett Station?

Everett Station serves as a transportation hub for the region with at least seven transportation providers making connections at the station. Community Transit provides service to communities within Snohomish County, Everett Transit provides service to neighborhoods within the City of Everett, Sound Transit provides express service within the region, Skagit Transit serves Skagit County, while Amtrak and Greyhound provide private train and bus service to an even broader region. Taxi service is also available from the station.