Tulalip Transit is rural public transportation designed to provide service to areas of the Tulalip Tribes Reservation that is not currently served. The goal of Tulalip Transit is to connect these un-served areas with the main transit line provided by Community Transit.
COVID 19 Safety Guidelines
The driver must wear a face mask while passengers are on board.
All passenger except children under the age of 2yrs old boarding must wear a face mask while riding the bus.
Social distancing measures are as follows.
- Seating will be marked showing distancing measures.
- Up to five (5) people from the same family will be allowed to ride together as long as there are no other passengers on the bus.
- Only 2-3 passengers not from the same family will be allowed on the bus at any one time.
- If there becomes a time when more passengers then described previously the driver will explain to passengers trying to board after capacity has been reached the will notify passenger of procedure, refer them to supervisor at 360-716-4206, then contact the supervisor to alert of the situation.
Tulalip Bay Route
View the Tulalip Bay Schedule that was effective October 26th, 2020.
Tulalip Transit provides a free public transportation service. Tulalip Transit operations are temporarily halted and will resume as soon as possible. Flag stops are allowed only where safe to do so, please use designated bus stops where possible. This does not apply to registered Route Deviation passengers that have a scheduled ride. For ride information, please call 360-716-4206.
- Tulalip Transit provides route deviation within ¾ of a mile of the fixed route.
- Passengers requesting this service must register for this service.
- Route deviations will be limited to twice per trip to maintain schedule.
- Tulalip Transit requires that requests for deviation be made at least one day in advance.
- Route deviation will be on a first come first serve basis.
- Pick up/drop off location must have barrier free access.
- Passengers must be at the agreed pick up point when bus arrives (driver cannot wait).
- Driver cannot wait while passenger runs inside destination for errands.
- Shirts and shoes must be worn on bus.
- Smoking is not allowed on or within 25 feet of bus.
- No eating or drinking on bus. Any food product must be contained.
- Open containers of alcohol are not permitted.
- No harassing the driver or other passengers.
- At the request of the Driver you may be asked to give seats at the front of bus to senior, disabled, or pregnant passengers.
- Aisle must be kept clear of belongings.
- Children under 8 must be accompanied by someone able to care for the child (driver will inquire ages of children).
- Garbage must be disposed of properly in bus trash can.
- Must use headphones for audio listening devices and limit sound to user.
- Cell phone use must be limited so not to disturb other passengers.
- No horse play, loud unruly behavior, or swearing (swearing is considered unruly).
- No flammable/hazardous materials, including fireworks, car batteries, or gasoline will be allowed onto bus.
- No weapons may be carried onto bus.
- No littering, spitting, or vandalizing of bus.
Note: Driver may refuse to transport any large object or animals if it is felt to be a safety concern.
Animals may ride with passenger but must be on a leash and muzzled. The muzzle must cover the mouth and be secured behind the head. Other small animals must be in an approved pet carrier. Animals not in approved carriers will not be allowed on the bus. Pets may ride on lap of passenger or on the floor. Pets are not allowed on the seats.
Service animals are allowed but need to be on a leash or harness.
In the event that it snows routes may be delayed. If road conditions become dangerous bus service may be discontinued until roads are safe to travel.