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.

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1. I'm standing at a bus stop. When does the next bus arrive?
2. I left something on an Everett Transit bus. How do I get it back?
3. How do I get a reduced fare card?
4. Where is the Community Transit customer service office?
5. Are animals allowed on Everett Transit buses?
6. What routes can I take to get to Everett Community College?
7. How do I get to Everett Station?
8. How do I get to Everett Mall?
9. How do I get to Downtown Seattle?
10. How do I get to Boeing Gate 72?
11. How do I get to the Social Security office?
12. How do I get a transfer?
13. Why are there so many different types of buses at Everett Station?