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National Week Without Driving Oct 2-8

National week without driving, observed from October 2nd to October 8th, is an annual event aimed at promoting alternative modes of transportation, reducing carbon emissions, and raising awareness about the environmental and health impacts of excessive car use. During this week, individuals are encouraged to explore alternative ways of getting around and to limit their use of personal vehicles!


Community Connect In Concrete

Community Action Skagit is hosting a community connect event in Concrete that will link low income residents with social service providers! Just let your bus driver know your going to the event and your ride will be free! This event will take place Friday September 29th at 10 AM to 2 PM.


Skagit Transit's Paratransit Text Notification System: Ongoing Verification with Cell Carriers

Skagit Transit is currently in a verification phase with cell phone carriers concerning our Paratransit Text Notification System. Due to this ongoing step, users might have observed certain text messages not getting delivered. We're actively addressing this issue and recommend riders to transition to voice or email alerts for now. If you need assistance with this switch, kindly contact us at 360-757-4433. We're grateful for your understanding and are working diligently on this.


Important Notice to Skagit Transit Riders

Apology for recent service disruptions on routes 205, 206, 207, 208, & 90X PM shifts due to staffing issues. We are working diligently to resolve this.


Skagit Transit Service Improvements Postponed Until January 2024

Skagit Transit delays its planned service improvements on Routes 513 and 615 from August 28th to January 1st, 2024, due to staffing shortages. The current schedules remain in effect, with efforts to resolve staffing issues underway. For more information, contact Skagit Transit at 360-757-4433.


Skagit Transit Receives $5M Federal Grant for Future-Proof Facility and Sustainable Operations

Skagit Transit has been awarded a $5M grant by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) to build a new Maintenance, Operations, and Administration (MOA) facility. This project, supported by local investments and state funds, will bolster public transit's sustainability in Skagit County. The new facility will provide space for operational growth, protect assets from flood risk, and lay groundwork for a future zero-emission fleet.


Skagit Transit Community Advisory Committee Seeks New Members!

Serve your community and make your voice heard as a member of the Skagit Transit Community Advisory Committee (CAC)! The CAC, a group of public transportation enthusiasts, advises the Skagit Transit Board on transit matters, affecting ridership plans and policies. We meet monthly and welcome all Skagit County citizens to apply. Be a part of the diverse team shaping the future of Skagit Transit. Join us today!

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