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March 25, 2013

Everett Transit to donate 3 paratransit vans

Criteria in the competitive application process include showing a demonstrated need, explaining how rides are currently handled, and estimating the number of annual trips a van would provide.


November 6, 2012

Wash. transit to raise fares

Effective January 1, Everett Transit will increase its fares by 25 cents for most riders. City raised fares to offset rising fuel prices and expects to generate $400,000 to $480,000 in extra revenue next year.


April 20, 2009

Seattle transit rolls out smart card

Electronic fare system will replace about 300 various passes, tickets and transfers with a single card that works for all seven of the major public transportation agencies serving King, Kitsap, Pierce and Snohomish counties.


April 6, 2009

Apollo to equip Everett Transit buses with GPS

By using GPS features to address on-time performance, transit officials can compare weeks of data to better ensure that buses arrive on time and meet ADA requirements.


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