|Transit name (service area examples)
||Did you know…?
|Clallam Transit (Pt. Angeles, Olympic Pennisula)
||Forks is within the transit system; where the “Twilight” book series takes place!
|Community Transit(Snohomish County, except Everett city limits)
||WiFi is available on some routes, such as commuter routes to and from Seattle
|Everett Transit (Everett city limits)
||Everett Transit goes to Mukilteo ferry, which goes to Clinton, Whidbey Island
|Grays Harbor Transit (Aberdeen, Hoquiam)
||A fun day trip: Olympia to Ocean Shores!
|Intercity Transit (Olympia, Thurston County)
||Take bus 603 to Lakewood and Tacoma. From Lakewood, bus 574 goes to SeaTac Airport
|Island Transit(Whidbey Island, Oak Harbor, Coupeville)
||Ride FREE! Wave at a bus to pick you up
|Jefferson Transit (Pt. Townsend)
||Spend the night in Pt. Townsend, as you take public transportation around the Olympic Penninsula Loop (see Fun Trip section)
|King County Metro Transit (Seattle, King County)
||Great trip planner. Metro also provides South Lake Union Streetcar (Westlake and Olive to South Lake Union)
|Kitsap Transit (Bremerton, Pt. Orchard)
||Kitsap Transit provides a foot ferry between Pt. Orchard and Bremerton
|Mason Transit (Shelton, Belfair)
||Smart use of tax payer dollars: MTA is one of two transit authorities in the State that contract with the school district for buses and drivers during peak commute time.
|Skagit Transit(Mt. Vernon, Burlington)
||The fare to either Bellingham or Everett is only $2.00
|Sound Transit (Regional transit – Snohomish, King and Pierce)
||Provides Tacoma Link – free light rail from Tacoma Dome to Tacoma theater district. Great website, including “Riding Sound Transit; Puget Sound destinations”
||Wonderful downloadable maps of transit system routes