Preview of New Routes March 2019
South-end routes will now be an average of 21% faster, speeding up each trip by more than five minutes, with Routes 2, 3, 8, and 12 each now running bidirectionally, creating a connected network of frequent, fast service.
Greater Weekend Service
On weekends, Route 6 will now run, Route 12 will start earlier and end later, and Routes 3 and 8 will run an extra hour into the evenings.
Routes 3, 12, and 29 each will have more bus trips each day. Route 29 will run at 40 minute frequencies all day.
March 2019 Service Change
Everett Transit will change its routes and service on March 17, 2019. These changes will provide faster, more direct service. This new network of bidirectional routes is the first step toward implementing the agency's long-range plan, adopted in 2018, and will help the agency achieve financial sustainability.
Starting January 1, 2019 customers of Everett Transit will notice an increase to local fixed route and paratransit fares. Fare increases will be completed in two incremental steps adjusting fares from $1 to $2 over a six month period. Fare increases will be seen across the board, including youth, senior/disabled and paratransit riders.
|Effective||January 2019||July 2019|
|Fare||Monthly Pass||Fare||Monthly Pass|
|Senior & Disabled||$0.50||$18||$0.50||$18|
|Set of 6 Tickets||$9||-||$12||-|
|Route 2||Route 3||Route 4||Route 6||Route 7|
|Route 8||Route 12||Route 18||Route 29||Route 70|
Route Improvements at a Glance
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31% (6.5 min) faster south-bound and 5% faster north-bound, end-to-end.
New bidirectional route more quickly connects Mariner Park & Ride and Mariner High School with Everett Mall Station. Community Transit’s new Swift Green Line will provide 10-minute headway service from Mariner Park & Ride to Walmart and Seaway Transit Center via Airport Road.
36% (10 min) faster south-bound from 41st & Rucker to the end and 33% (8 min) faster north-bound.
Adds additional bus trips for more buses to arrive every 30 minutes.
Route 3 is part of a system restructure in South Everett with Routes 8 and 12, each providing new bidirectional, faster service.
Route 4 will continue to connect Everett Station with College Station along Harrison, Walnut, and E Marine View Drive. Route 6 will service previous Route 4 coverage from Everett Station to downtown.
Extends along entire waterfront
8 more trips per day in each direction, proving all day service.
100% Electric Bus Service
More than 50% of trips on Everett Transit buses are on the Route 7
Electric and hybrid buses will be prioritized for serving the Route 7
Route 7 will connect College Station and Everett Mall Station via Everett Station and Evergreen Way.
27% (10+ min) faster south-bound from Madison & Beverly to the end (Seaway TC), and 17% (6+ min) faster north-bound.
Route 8 is part of a system restructure in South Everett with Routes 3 and 12, each providing new bidirectional, faster service.
The Route 12 will have triple today’s level of service.
Route 12 will provide increased frequency on W Casino Road with 32 round trips per day.
The Route 18 will be a commute-only route.
20% (~ 8 min) faster between Everett Station and Mall Station, both directions.
Every 40 minutes instead of every 45.
Three more trips per day in each direction.
Route 29 will continue its current route, but will no longer run through Valley View or the Eastmont P&R. Route 29 will go around the south-end of Silver Lake during peak hours.
Route 70 will continue to provide four morning and four afternoon commute trips. It will end/start at the new Seaway Transit Center rather than run on Boeing Perimeter Road.
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