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Community Transit Board approves new bus service plan

The Community Transit Board of Directors today approved a plan to increase bus service by six percent this fall, including two routes that will serve the Boeing-Paine Field area from south Snohomish County.

The Community Transit Board of Directors approved a plan to increase bus service by six percent this fall, including two routes that will serve the Boeing-Paine Field area from south Snohomish County.

The plan will also improve transit connections throughout the county, add more weekday trips to Seattle and UW, and improve Sunday bus service with more frequent buses and later hours on some routes.

Community Transit Commuter who gave up car and lost 40 pounds honored at Choice Connections Awards

2016 Curb Champion of the Year Jessica Bentem with Community Transit CEO Emmett Heath. Photo courtesy of Community Transit.

Awards given to SnoCo commuters, businesses that choose smart transportation options. The Community Transit event honors commuters and companies throughout Snohomish County and the city of Bothell that work to reduce traffic congestion and encourage transportation choices such as riding the bus, sharing a ride, bicycling or walking.

DUI Patrols in Snohomish County Super Bowl Sunday

Don't drive under the influence! Image courtesy of the National Highway Safety Administration.

The Snohomish County DUI and Target Zero Task Force will be conducting DUI emphasis patrols Sunday, February 5th, from 4:00 pm to 12:00 am.

Representatives from Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, Everett Police Department, Bothell Police Department, and the Lake Stevens Police Department will be doing high visibility patrols throughout the county.

More than 160 Cascadia College students gather to discuss climate control

Cascadia College hosts their first dialog addressing campus sustainability. Photo courtesy of Cascade College.

Students in Cascadia College’s Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Practices program hosted the very first Campus Climate Conversation the week of October 24th in Mobius Hall. More than 160 students gathered to discuss climate change and sustainability trends, and suggested mitigations for both the campus and the community.

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