Skagit Transit

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Skagit Transit
Skagit Transit Logo.svg
Headquarters 600 County Shop Lane, Burlington, WA 98233-9772
Service area Skagit County, WA
Service type bus service, dial-a-bus, vanpool
Routes 15 fixed-route, 12 dial-a-bus paratransit[1]
Stops 505[1]
Hubs Skagit Station
Fleet 21 fixed-route, 17 paratransit, 40 vanpool[1]
Daily ridership 1,308[1]
Website skagittransit.org

Skagit Transit is the public transit system of Skagit County, Washington. It operates 11 fixed-route bus routes,[2] as well as providing vanpools for commuters and Dial-a-Ride transit for disabled riders.

Facilities[edit]

Skagit Station[edit]

Address: 105 E. Kincaid St, Mount Vernon, WA.
Coordinates: 48°25′06.5″N 122°20′05.8″W / 48.418472°N 122.334944°W / 48.418472; -122.334944
Facilities: A multimodal station[3] serviced by Greyhound, Amtrak Cascades, Bellingham Connector, Island Connector and Everett Express which connects with Sounder commuter rail in Everett.[4]

MOA Building[edit]

Address: 600 County Shop Lane, Burlington, WA.
Coordinates: 48°28′50.3″N 122°19′54.3″W / 48.480639°N 122.331750°W / 48.480639; -122.331750
Facilities: Maintenance, Operations, Administration[5]

Fares[edit]

Riders can pay when they get on the bus. Bus does not give change but will issue an electronic ride card good for future rides.

  • $1 fare plus transfer (good for 90 minutes after it is issued)
  • $2 All-day pass
  • $25 31-day bus pass
  • $50 31-day 80x or 90x commuter bus pass.
  • $15 Quarterly Skagit Valley College bus pass sticker

Bus routes[edit]

A Gillig Low Floor on Route 90X, at Everett Station after the arrival of a Sounder run from Seattle.

Intra-county routes[edit]

  • Route 185 - Chuckanut Park & Ride to Bow-Edison
  • Route 195 - Chuckanut Park & Ride to Skagit Valley Casino
  • Route 204 - Skagit Station to Skagit Valley College
  • Route 205 - Skagit Valley College to Skagit Station
  • Route 206 - South Mount Vernon
  • Route 207 - Skagit Station to Skagit Valley Hospital
  • Route 208
    • Route 208 North - Skagit Station to Cascade Mall
    • Route 208 South - Cascade Mall to Skagit Station
  • Route 300
  • Route 305
    • Route 305 North - Skagit Valley College to Sedro-Woolley
    • Route 305 South - Sedro-Woolley to Skagit Valley College
  • Route 409 - 10th & Q Street to Island Hospital
  • Route 410 - Circuit of Anacortes
  • Route 513 - Skagit Station to Anacortes, via Cascade Mall
  • Route 615 - La Conner to Mount Vernon
  • Route 717 - Sedro-Woolley to Concrete
  • Route 750 - Sedro-Woolley to Marblemount Caboose

Inter-county routes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Public Transportation Division (November 2008). Summary of Public Transportation — 2007 (PDF) (Report). Washington State Department of Transportation. Retrieved September 23, 2016. 
  2. ^ "Skagit Transit - Routes". www.skagittransit.org. 2012-02-07. Archived from the original on February 7, 2012. Retrieved 2016-07-18. 
  3. ^ "Skagit Transit - Skagit Station". www.skagittransit.org. 2007-07-07. Archived from the original on July 7, 2007. Retrieved 2016-07-18. 
  4. ^ "Skagit Transit - 90X Everett Connector". skat.baron-co.com. 2007-01-04. Archived from the original on January 4, 2007. Retrieved 2016-07-18. 
  5. ^ "Skagit Transit - General Information". www.skagittransit.org. 2007-07-07. Archived from the original on July 7, 2007. Retrieved 2016-07-18. 

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