Transportation Services in Snohomish County
Door-to-Door Services Map
Fixed Route Transit Map
PLAN A TRANSIT TRIP
Community Transit provides an online mapping tool for you to plan your bus and rail trips. You can also use FindARide.org to discover door-to-door and other transportation services.
APPLY FOR PARATRANSIT
Do you have a disability? You may be eligible for door-to-door service. Where you live will determine which service you can use.
An operator of a bus service on a fixed route and fixed schedule. Most buses are wheelchair accessible.
Other Door-to-Door Services
An operator of a shuttle service that may or may not operate on a fixed route or schedule. Some shuttles are wheelchair accessible.
An operator of a wheelchair-accessible, shared-ride service for individuals with disabilities, and possibly seniors.
Volunteer Driver Program
A program that includes volunteer drivers and/or volunteer escorts in providing transportation.
An operator of non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) services for Medicaid-managed healthcare plans.
American Cancer Society - Road to Recovery
800-227-2345 | cancer.org
The Road to Recovery Program provides rides to and from treatment thanks to volunteer drivers.
Catholic Community Services
425-257-2111 | ccsww.org
Catholic Community Services provides Disabled Veterans Transportation and Volunteer Transportation for Seniors.
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.
Community Transit's DART / Dial-A-Ride
Community Transit's 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.
Community Transit's Alderwood Zip Shuttle
Alderwood Zip is an on-demand ride service for travel anywhere within the Lynnwood City Center and Alderwood area for the same price as our local bus fare. You can take Zip to the mall, movies, rec center, to run errands, and to connect to our bus services and Lynnwood Transit Center.
Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Snohomish County
DAV provides volunteer-based transportation for veterans.
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's Ethnic Senior Dining Transportation
Operated by Homage Senior Services, 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.
Homage's Pay Your Pal
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.
Homage's Transportation Assistance Program (TAP)
TAP provides door-to-door paratransit service for people who (A) live outside the Everett Paratransit and Community Transit DART service areas, (B) have a disability but do not meet the eligibility requirements for the Everett Paratransit or Community Transit DART service, or (C) are age 60 or older.
Homage's TAP Arlington-Darrington Flex Route Service
Homage is piloting a flex route transit service from Arlington to Darrington that enables qualifying individuals to be picked-up and dropped-off at Route 230 bus stops or at any location within three-quarters of a mile of the route. All individuals who live in the North Stillaguamish Valley are presumed to qualify.
Hopelink brokers non-emergency medical trips in King and Snohomish counties for medical services covered by Medicaid.
Lincoln Hill Retirement Community's Transportation Program
The Lincoln Hill Retirement Community operates door-to-door shuttle services for residents of their community in Stanwood. For medicaid-covered non-emergency medical trips from Stanwood to medical centers in other communities, the Lincoln Hill Retirement Community can also assist in scheduling a trip.
Lincoln Hill's Snow Goose Transit
The Lincoln Hill Retirement Community operates Snow Goose Transit, a flex-route transit service connecting North Camano Island, Stanwood, Angel of the Winds Casino Resort, and Arlington
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's Mobility Lifeline
The Monroe Community Senior Center offers transportation every Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for older adults age 60+. Mobility Lifeline will take older adults from and to any destination in Monroe.
Northshore Senior Center
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.
Sauk-Suiattle Tribe / D-C Connect
The Sauk-Suiattle Tribe operates a fixed route bus route from Darrington to Concrete, and is free to the public.
Snoqualmie Valley Transportation
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 operates express bus, light rail, and commuter train services in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties.
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.
Tulalip Tribal Transit
Tulalip Transit is rural public transportation designed to provide service to areas of the Tulalip Tribes Reservation.