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Input sought on Everett Transit’s future

EVERETT — The city’s bus system wants your input on how well it runs and what path it should take — including whether ithe public thinks it should merge with the region’s larger Community Transit system.
Everett Transit is taking comments through April 5 on what it calls its second phase of the “Rethink Transit” great public survey.
The survey is online at or people can fill out survey forms on Everett Transit buses, at the Everett Station Customer Service Center.
Two options are generally to grow slowly but stay independent or or to ask voters for a transit sales tax increase to bring in more money to let services grow faster.
The third is to merge, which Community Transit officials say they are open to doing.
In other news, the bus service just added two new electric buses, and is going to receive nine more electric buses through government grant funding.




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