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COVID-19

Stay Safe, Stay Healthy

During this unprecendented public-health emergency, Kitsap Transit strongly encourages all customers to limit travel on public transit to essential trips only. Please observe this guidance if you plan to board our buses or ferries:

  1. Wear a face covering: Cover your nose and mouth with a cloth face covering even if you do not feel sick. If you don't have a cloth to cover your face, remember to always cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze or use the inside of your elbow. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides guidance on cloth face coverings: CLICK HERE.
  2. Keep your distance: Stay at least 6 feet from the operator and other riders. Look for a yellow line painted on the floor of your bus and stay behind it.
  3. Wash your hands often: Clean your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent alcohol.
  4. Only use designated seats: Board through the rear door if your bus has one and avoid any seats that have been marked off.

Service Changes

Kitsap Transit has stopped collecting fares on all of its services. Starting on Wednesday, April 1, Kitsap Transit is reducing Routed bus services temporarily by more than 30 percent. 

Temporarily Reduced Service Schedules 
Effective April 1, 2020

Route 4 - Tremont  CLICK HERE
Route 5 - Sidney  CLICK HERE​​
Route 8 - Bethel  CLICK HERE
Route 9 - South Park (April 29)  CLICK HERE
Route 20 - Navy Yard City  CLICK HERE
Route 22 - Gateway Express  SUSPENDED
Route 24 - Olympic College  CLICK HERE
Route 26 - Bay Vista  CLICK HERE
Route 81 - Annapolis Commuter  SUSPENDED
Route 85 - Mullenix Express  CLICK HERE
Route 86 - Southworth Shuttle  CLICK HERE
Route 91 - Kingston/Bainbridge  SUSPENDED
Route 92 - Kingston/Suquamish  SUSPENDED
Route 93 - Manzanita  CLICK HERE
Route 94 - Agate Point  CLICK HERE
Route 95 - Battle Point  CLICK HERE
Route 96 - Sunrise  CLICK HERE
Route 97 - Crystal Springs  CLICK HERE
Route 98 - Fort Ward  CLICK HERE
Route 99 - Bill Point  CLICK HERE
Route 106 - Fletcher Bay  CLICK HERE

Route 202 - Central Kitsap Fast Ferry Express  CLICK HERE
Route 212 - Bremerton/Silverdale West  CLICK HERE​​
Route 215 - McWilliams Commuter  CLICK HERE
Route 217 - Bremerton/Silverdale East  CLICK HERE
Route 219 - Crossroads Commuter  CLICK HERE
Route 221 - Perry Avenue  CLICK HERE
Route 223 - Kariotis  CLICK HERE
Route 225 - Sheridan Park  CLICK HERE
Route 229 - Trenton Commuter  SUSPENDED
Route 234 - Kitsap Mall/Bangor  SUSPENDED
Route 235 - East Silverdale/Old Town  CLICK HERE
Route 237 - West Silverdale/Fairgrounds  CLICK HERE
Route 301 - North Kitsap Fast Ferry Express  CLICK HERE
Route 302 - Kingston/Suquamish Fast Ferry  CLICK HERE
Route 307 - Kingston/North Viking Fast Ferry Express  CLICK HERE
Route 332 - Poulsbo/Silverdale  CLICK HERE
Route 333 - Silverdale/Bainbridge  SUSPENDED
Route 338 - Gateway/Bainbridge Express  SUSPENDED
Route 344 - Poulsbo Central  CLICK HERE
Route 390 - Poulsbo/Bainbridge (April 21)  CLICK HERE
Purdy Connection (May 26)  CLICK HERE

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Here is the status of our other services:

  • Ferries: Passenger loads on all ferries are capped at 46 passengers. Health-care workers and first responders who show their official identification card to our dock agent have priority boarding. The fast-ferry reservations system is suspended; customers with reservations do not need to cancel their unused reservations while the system is suspended.
  • ACCESS: The ACCESS program is operating its normal level of service.
  • Dial-A-Ride: Dial-A-Ride services are operating at normal levels.
  • Worker/Driver: As of May 4, 2020, all passengers are required to wear face coverings in order to use this service. Passenger loads are capped at 22 passengers. Buses are standing by to pick up anyone left behind. For details, CLICK HERE.
  • Customer Service: The Customer Service Office at the Bremerton Transportation Center is closed until further notice. The public can still reach Customer Service through our call center (800.501.RIDE). We are in the process of automatically refunding all April passes purchased. Pass holders will receive E-purse credit for the value of their monthly pass. 

Disinfection of our Fleet and Facilities

Kitsap Transit has a comprehensive disinfection program to kill germs, including coronaviruses, on our buses and ferries and at our transit centers. 

Each day we wipe down the main touchpoints on our buses with a hospital-grade disinfectant. We "deep clean" our buses at least twice a week by mopping the floors and disinfecting drop straps, overhead rails and seat backs. We deep clean our ACCESS buses that serve the frail and elderly more frequently. On our ferries we disinfect touchpoints at the end of each shift.

At our transit centers we are regularly disinfecting benches, displays and other frequent touchpoints.

Our lobby at the Harborside Administration office is closed to the public until further notice. We are still accepting deliveries of packages. 

Quarterly Community Meetings Cancelled 

Kitsap Transit is cancelling all of its quarterly community meetings scheduled for March 21 and 28 to support Kitsap Public Health District's efforts to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

We will issue alerts and update this page if any changes are required due to public health mandates or other reasons.

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