Welcome to Island Transit

Please contact our State Senators and Representatives with your
concerns, comments, and stories about how transit impacts you!

Click this link for our local Senate and House Representatives

Island Transit Recovery Story


The Island Transit Board voted to continue the 411W and 411C as is currently provided, until confirmation is received from the state that funding that has been approved by the legislature is available. The decision currently rests with Governor Inslee. If you would like to provide your input about 411W and 411C (the Tri-County Connector), please contact Governor Inslee to share your comments by using this link: Governor Inslee


UPDATE ON THE 411 W AND 411 C - as of 7.24.15


Langley Farmer's Market Deviation


To provide a package of ridesharing services which emphasize rider use, safety, and satisfaction, and results in increased mobility opportunities, less dependence on the automobile, decreased traffic congestion, and improved air quality for all people in the service area, riders and non-riders alike.

 It is a pleasure and privilege to serve you!

Don't worry about exact change, tickets, or transfers - just hop on board and enjoy!

We care that you get there!

Click below to access PDF copies of our updated schedules- print the whole schedule or just the route you need!

 Whidbey Schedule Camano Schedule    

Service Monday-Friday NO SERVICE Saturday and Sunday

(click the image to zoom in for more detailed viewing!)


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On occasion Island Transit must suspend or alter service due to inclement weather, island events, holidays, road construction, etc.
 Check the "Latest News" column for recent updates and changes! We also send out email alerts (E-Alerts) when there is any change in service!


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Whidbey Island E-Alerts!

Camano Island E-Alerts!


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ex. Maxwelton Rd, Langley, WA



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Your Rights Under Title VI
Island Transit is committed to ensuring that no person is denied the benefit of our services based on race, color, national origin, sex, or disability. If you feel you have been the subject of discrimination, you may file a complaint with Island Transit.

For information on how to file a complaint, click here for English, Haga clic aquí para Espanol or contact Island Transit staff at (360) 678-7771.

LAST UPDATED: 07/23/15