ⓘ Community Transit

                                     

ⓘ Community Transit

Community Transit is the public transit authority of Snohomish County, Washington, United States, excluding the city of Everett, in the Seattle metropolitan area. It operates local bus, paratransit and vanpool service within Snohomish County, as well as commuter buses to Downtown Seattle and the University of Washington campus. CT is publicly funded, financed through sales taxes, farebox revenue and subsidies, with an operating budget of 3.2 million. The entire agency carried more than 10 million passengers in 2015, placing it fourth among transit agencies in the Puget Sound region. The city of Everett, which serves as the county seat, is served by Everett Transit, a municipal transit system.

Transit community, officially in Snohomish County public transportation benefit area Corporation and SCPTBA, operates a fleet of 225 available buses, 54 paratransit vehicles and 412 to wait for the bus that will take cars, well maintained two bus depots located in the Paine field industrial area in Everett. The service is available all year round 1.500 stops on 46 routes throughout the County public surroundings, the benefit of PTBA. KT started its work SCPTBA public transport on October 4, 1976, four months after the third attempts to establish public transportation in Snohomish County was approved. Renamed the transit community in 1979, the Agency expanded its service in the first decades of existence, later taking on the metro routes in king County commuter in Seattle in 1989 and adding a few cities in their PTBA in 1980-ies and 1990-ies. KT-hours service fell during the two financial crises in 2000-ies, after the passage of initiative 695 in 1999 and during a severe recession from 2010 to 2012. Despite cuts that have forced hours behind the growing demand, the Agency debuted States first high-speed bus transit, SWIFT, as well as the introduction of "double tall" double Decker buses on commuter routes to Seattle.

                                     
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