Management & Operations

Community Transit creates Facebook profile

Posted on November 19, 2008

Everett, Wash.-based Community Transit has created a profile on the popular social networking site Facebook to help with its outreach and communication efforts.

The Community Transit Facebook profile is a dynamic way of sharing information and agency initiatives with riders and the general public who are linked in to the site. Facebook users can join networks organized by city, workplace, school and region to connect and interact with other people.

Using this two-way communication model, visitors to the Community Transit profile can share comments and feedback on the agency’s service and plans.

Current Facebook users who want to become "fans" of Community Transit can search for the Community Transit profile on the site, and click the link to "become a fan." To view the Facebook profile without joining the social network, visit:

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