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436 sf of newly remodeled commercial retail space near downtown Mount Vernon is available at Skagit Station for an experienced concession business.
Skagit Transit is seeking your comments on its Draft 6-Year Transit Development Plan. Please comment by August 11, 2014. Comments can also be made before...
The Skagit Transit Board of Directors will consider a change to Route 80X Fares on August 20, 2014. The public comment period has begun and will end August...
Jeanine Ballenger selected as 2013 Employee of the Year
Welcome to Skagit Transit
Our goal is to provide high quality public transportation that meets the needs of the citizens of Skagit County at the least cost to the taxpayer contributing to the county's economy and quality of life.
To do this, we provide traditional Fixed Route bus transportation to most shopping, medical, employment, recreational, and governmental locations. Buses operate Monday through Sunday except on certain holidays. For information about our fare system please go to the Fares page.
For those individuals in the community who are unable to use traditional Fixed Route service, we provide a curb-to-curb service called Dial-A-Ride. You can learn more about these services by going to the Dial-A-Ride or Travel Training pages on this site or by calling 360-757-4433 or 1-877-584-7528.
Skagit Transit also provides Pocket Service for individuals that live in rural Skagit County. Each pocket area is assigned specific days each week to utilize Skagit Transit services.
Skagit Transit complies with all federal requirements under Title VI which prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color or national origin.