Please be aware that Dial-A-Ride cannot transport individuals with medical conditions or symptoms for which a higher level of care and transportation is needed. Dial-A-Ride will not transport anyone whose condition appears to prevent him or her from being safely transported. Personal Care Attendants are strongly encouraged to accompany individuals who require special assistance.
For What Purposes May Dial-A-Ride Be Used?
Once qualified, you may use the service for any reason. Dial-A-Ride does not prioritize by ride purpose. Use the service to go to the doctor, shopping, visit friends or other destinations within Skagit County.
When Does Dial-A-Ride Operate?
Dial-A-Ride operates during the same hours as Skagit Transit's local, non-commuter fixed routes. Hours may vary depending on the schedule of service for the area routes. These hours are 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM weekdays, 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM on Saturdays and 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM on Sundays. Weekend service is provided in Burlington, Mount Vernon and Sedro-Woolley on both days, with limited service in Anacortes on Saturday. Call Customer Service for information on your area.
Dial-A-Ride does not operate on the following holidays:
New Year's Day
Where Does Dial-A-Ride Operate?
Dial-A-Ride provides service to eligible passengers throughout Skagit County. The level of service available to you will be determined by the review of your application and by the area in which you reside. You will receive a determination letter that will explain the level of service available to you within 21 days after the receipt of your completed Dial-A-Ride application. Please see Pocket Service Areas info if you live more than 3/4 of a mile from the nearest Skagit Transit Fixed Route.