Who we are
Snotrac advocates for connecting people and communities in Snohomish County and beyond with safe, equitable, and accessible transportation.
We focus especially on the needs of people with disabilities, older adults, youth, low income individuals, people of color, immigrants & refugees, veterans, tribal nations, veterans, and rural communities.
Creating & coordinating mobility services
Education, outreach, and engagement
Planning & design of livable communities
Securing public support & funding
Emergency response coordination
Snow Goose Transit
In 2020, Snotrac worked with the Lincoln Hill Retirement Community (formerly Stanwood Community & Senior Center) and other partners to study the feasibility of a new flex-route mobility service to connect Camano Island, Stanwood, and Arlington.
Thanks to this work, a new flex-route service called Snow Goose Transit was launched in January 2022.
Darrington is located 28 miles from Arlington, presenting unique problems for transportation and social service access.
That's why Snotrac is working with the Sauk-Suiattle Tribe, Homage Senior Services, North Counties Community Collaborative, and other community partners to address mobility gaps.
In March 2022, Snotrac coordinated the launch of mobility improvements in the North Stillaguamish Valley, including expanding Homage Senior Services' Transportation Assistance Program (TAP) and PayYourPal program and shifting Community Transit's schedule for its Route 230 bus.
In 2022, Snotrac conducted three surveys to better understand the transportation gaps, needs, and hopes for residents in the Mid, East, and South areas of Snohomish County. Learn more
WHERE DO YOU WANT TO GO?
Snotrac's partners and affiliates provide many transportation options in Snohomish County and throughout the region.
SNOHOMISH COUNTY ACCESSIBLE TRANSIT MAP
a maps of transportation providers and service areas.
FIND A MOBILITY SERVICE THAT FITS YOUR NEED
Information and links to agencies and organizations that provide mobility services in Snohomish County.