Transportation Services in Snohomish County

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Community Transit provides an online mapping tool for you to plan your bus and rail trips.

Trip Planner

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Do you have a disability? You may be eligible for door-to-door service.  Where you live will determine which service you can use.


Community Transit Service Area

Rural Snohomish County

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Transit agencies have programs to help you learn how to ride transit.

Everett Transit

Community Transit


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Volunteer Driver Program

A program that includes volunteer drivers and/or volunteer escorts in providing transportation. 

Medicaid Contractor

An operator of non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) services for Medicaid-managed healthcare plans.

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Bus Service

An operator of a bus service on a fixed route and fixed schedule. Most buses are wheelchair accessible.

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An operator of a shuttle service that may or may not operate on a fixed route or schedule. Some shuttles are wheelchair accessible.

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An operator of a wheelchair-accessible, shared-ride service for individuals with disabilities, and possibly seniors. is a regional online resource to find the best transportation option for your needs.

American Cancer Society - Road to Recovery

800-227-2345 |

The Road to Recovery Program provides rides to and from treatment thanks to volunteer drivers.

Catholic Community Services

425-257-2111 |

Catholic Community Services provides Disabled Veterans Transportation and Volunteer Transportation for Seniors.

Community Transit

425-353-RIDE (7433) |

Community Transit provides  fixed-route transit throughout Snohomish County, including local bus service, commuter bus service, Swift bus rapid transit, DART (dial-a-ride paratransit), and vanpool vehicles.  If you need in-person assistance, you can visit the customer service center at the Lynnwood Transit Center.


The agency's Travel Instruction Program is a free program individualized to teach the basic skills necessary to successfully ride Community Transit’s regular route system. Training is tailored to meet individual needs. 

DART / Dial-A-Ride

425-347-5912 |

DART (Dial-A-Ride-Transportation) is designed for people whose disability or health condition prevents them from using regular fixed-route bus service. DART's courteous, friendly, well-trained drivers are able to safely assist guests aboard clean, air-conditioned, wheelchair equipped vehicles. Trips can be made for any reason, such as health care, employment, shopping, senior centers, schools, recreation, social activities and more. DART also assists people with transportation needs outside the area by making travel plans with other transportation providers including ACCESS Paratransit (in King County), Everett Para Transit, the Transportation Assistance Program (TAP), Community Transit, King County Metro, Sound Transit and Washington State Ferries.

Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Snohomish County

425-299-3373 |

DAV provides volunteer-based transportation for veterans.

Ethnic Senior Dining Transportation

The Ethnic Senior Dining program provides elders the opportunity to come together on a regular basis for culturally appropriate meals, socialization and social services. The program makes it possible for elders to participate in activities at the Multicultural Senior Center located at the Center for Healthy Living in Lynnwood and the Carl Gipson Senior Center in Everett. 

Everett Transit

425-257-7777 |

Everett Transit operates local fixed-route and paratransit services seven days a week, including most holidays, within the City of Everett.  If you need in-person assistance, you may visit the Customer Service Center at Everett Station.

Homage Senior Services

425-355-1112 |

Homage operates the Transportation Assistance Program (see below), and Ethnic Senior Dining Transportation program (see above).


855-766-7433 | TDD/TTY: 800-246-1646 |

Hopelink brokers non-emergency medical trips in King and Snohomish counties for medical services covered by Medicaid.


425-347-4700 or 877-916-3729 |

Medstar provides non-emergency medical transportation services. Medstar utilizes full-size vans with ADA approved hydraulic extra wide 37” lifts and rear air condition and heating. They offer door-to-door service for all passengers and can be an affordable alternative to expensive ambulance service for wheelchair users.

Monroe Community Senior Center

360-794-6359 |

The Monroe Community Senior Center offers transportation every Monday, Thursday and Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. We will pick you up in Monroe and take you shopping, to the Senior Center, to your physician – you name it and we will take you there – as long as your destination is in Monroe.

Northshore Senior Center

425-286-1026 |

Northshore Senior Center Transportation partners with King County Metro, Community Transit, Hopelink and other agencies to provide transportation options to our participants. All Northshore Senior Center Transportation mini-buses are wheelchair lift equipped, and we hire, train and expect our drivers to live up to our transportation motto: Safety, Courtesy, Comfort. Medicaid contractor.

Pay Your Pal

425-423-8517 |

If you have a disability that prevents you from driving and you live in an area that is not near a bus stop, Pay Your Pal may be able to help.  Pay Your Pal provides mileage reimbursement for people who volunteer to drive you to work, school or medical appointments. If accepted into the Pay Your Pal program, you are responsible for finding your volunteer drivers.  Your volunteer drivers must be insured and licensed, and their vehicles must be safe and fully operational.

Sauk-Suiattle Tribe / D-C Connect

360-436-2210 |

The Sauk-Suiattle Tribe operates a fixed route bus route from Darrington to Concrete, and is free to the public.

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation

425-888-7001 |

SVT provides door-to-door and fixed-route service in the Snoqualmie Valley, with routes to medical, social and community centers from North Bend to Monroe.

Sound Transit

888-889-6368 | TTY: 711 |

Sound Transit operates express bus, light rail, and commuter train services in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties.

Lincoln Hill Retirement Community / Snow Goose Transit

360-629-7403 |

The Stanwood Community & Senior Center operates door-to-door shuttle services for residents of the center and community.  For medicaid-covered non-emergency medical trips from Stanwood to medical centers  in other communities, the Stanwood Community & Senior Center can assist in scheduling a trip.

Stillaguamish Tribal Transit

360-629-0503 ext 12 |

STTS provides transportation services individuals, families, and the Stillaguamish Community (both native and non-native) who need to travel to native businesses and facilities, or to other service facilities in the northern Snohomish County area.

Transportation Assistance Program (TAP)

425-423-8517 |

TAP provides door-to-door paratransit service for people who (A) live outside the Everett Para Transit and Community Transit DART service areas, (B) have a disability but do not meet the eligibility requirements for the Everett Para Transit or Community Transit DART service, or (C) are age 60 or older.

Tulalip Tribal Transit

360-716-4206 |

Tulalip Transit is rural public transportation designed to provide service to areas of the Tulalip Tribes Reservation.

Regional Transportation

King County Metro

Metro Transit is your "go to" agency for public transportation throughout King County. We are popular locally and admired nationwide for our innovative transit services, pioneering green practices, and visionary approach to meeting the transportation needs of the county’s growing population. Metro's many services, choices, and support connect people with communities and help make life a little better for everyone.

Sound Transit

Sound Transit plans, builds and operates express bus, light rail and commuter train services. We serve the urban areas of King, Pierce and Snohomish counties.


Amtrak Cascades is a service of the states of Washington and Oregon. Due to a Federal Act, since October of 2013, the ownership and management of Amtrak Cascades now sits fully with the states of Washington and Oregon. While the states coordinate responsibilities, Washington is chiefly responsible for the service in Washington and British Columbia, and Oregon is chiefly responsible for service in Oregon. Amtrak Cascades trains connect 18 cities along the I-5 corridor including Seattle, Portland, Vancouver, BC, and Eugene, Oregon. Skip traffic. Take the train. Current daily round trip service includes four daily round trips between Portland and Seattle, two daily round trips between Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia, and two daily round trips between Eugene and Portland.

Island Transit

We offer fixed-route and paratransit service between Oak Harbor and Mt. Vernon, Camano Island and Mt. Vernon, and commuter service to from Camano Island to Everett.

Skagit Transit

Our goal is to provide high-quality public transportation that meets the needs of the citizens of Skagit County at the least cost to the taxpayer contributing to the county's economy and quality of life. To do this, we provide traditional fixed-route bus transportation to most shopping, medical, employment, recreational, and governmental locations. For those individuals in the community who are unable to use traditional Fixed Route service, we provide a curb-to-curb paratransit service.

Sounder Train

Operated by Sound Transit. The Sounder Train runs from Everett to Seattle and Seattle to Lakewood.

Whatcom Transit

We offer fixed-route and paratransit service in Bellingham and Whatcom County.

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Additional Resources and Assistance

The following is a list directing you to human service partners and providers in our area. Many of these organizations will have additional resources (housing, health, employment, etc.) linked to their websites.

Arc of Snohomish County

We are a part of the largest national community-based organization advocating for and serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. We encompass all ages and all spectrums from autism, Down syndrome, Fragile X and various other developmental disabilities.

Cocoon House

Cocoon House is a non-profit that conducts outreach to and provides short and long-term housing for homeless and at-risk young people, including their children. Parents of teens can also find support for themselves and their families at Cocoon House so that young people do not become homeless.

Community Transit Association Northwest (CTANW)

We envision safe, affordable, high quality, competent, accessible, multi-modal transportation options available to all people, regardless of age, income or ability, throughout 100% of the Northwest region.

Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC)

The region comes together at PSRC to make decisions about transportation, growth management and economic development. PSRC is a regional planning agency with specific responsibilities under federal and state law for transportation planning, economic development and growth management. 

Snohomish County

Location Snohomish County is located on Puget Sound, between Skagit County to the north and King County (and Seattle) to the south. Covering 2,090 square miles, it is the 13th largest county in total land area in Washington.

Snohomish County Cities

Snohomish County Cities (SCC) was founded in 1998 as a nonprofit organization comprised of mayors and councilmembers from cities within the county. SCC advocates for our communities; partners to create a vibrant, thriving county; and engages local leaders to meet shared challenges.

Volunteers of America Western Washington

Our Mission is to serve people and communities in need and create opportunities for people to experience the joy of serving others.

Washington Department of Transportation (WSDOT)

The Washington State Department of Transportation is the steward of a multimodal transportation system and responsible for ensuring that people and goods move safely and efficiently. 

Whatcom Council of Governments

The Whatcom Council of Governments (WCOG) provides a variety of services and administers programs that contribute to the outstanding quality of life which the more than 212,000 residents of Whatcom County have come to expect.  

Workforce Snohomish County

Workforce Snohomish invests government and private funding to continuously increase the global competitiveness and prosperity of our businesses and workforce, to fill current and emerging jobs, and to provide full employment.


YWCA is on a mission to eliminate racism and empower women.

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This is not an exhaustive list of resources in our region.