Masks Required on Skagit Transit

Masks are required for all riders on Skagit Transit Services

Do you really need your car EVERY day?

Use a Skagit Transit bus one day a week and you'll reduce your CO2 emissions by about 7.68 pounds each time.

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Want to go to Bellingham or Everett but don’t want to drive?

Park at the Chuckanut or South Mount Vernon P&R lot and take the 80X to downtown Bellingham or the 90X to Everett Station. From either location you can connect to local transits to continue your journey.

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Commute Smart

Riding in a vanpool can reduce stress, save time, and save you money.

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Mobility for Seniors and the Disabled

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You can drive out hunger by Stuffing the Skagit Transit Bus with food! Helping Hands Food Bank Stuff the Bus Food Drive Saturday Feb 27 Noon to 2:00pm Cascade...
Skagit Transit will be making 2 minor routing changes to the Routes 615 and 40X. For more details, please read this article.​


All systems are normal.

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.

We provide traditional Fixed Route bus transportation to most shopping, medical, employment, recreational, and governmental locations. For those individuals who are unable to use traditional Fixed Route service or need help getting to know the bus system, we also offer services called Paratransit or Travel Training.

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Career Opportunities

We understand the importance of community and those around us. If you work at Skagit Transit, you're not just an employee, but a valued member of our family. We encourage you to join our team and be part of a truly extraordinary team.

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