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Face Mask Required: Federal law now requires a face mask that covers both nose and mouth when awaiting, boarding, traveling on, or disembarking public transportation, as well as when entering or on the premises of a transportation hub in the United States. Failure to comply may result in denial of boarding or removal. Refusal to wear a mask is a violation of federal law; passengers may be subject to penalties under federal law.

Apply for Medical Exemption: If you have a medical exemption under the federal law, you must apply for and receive a medical-exemption card that you must show the operator upon boarding. CLICK HERE to fill out our online form or call ACCESS at (360) 479-7272 or e-mail access@kitsaptransit.comA Mask Waiver Card issued by Kitsap Transit is only valid on Kitsap Transit Services. This card is not valid on any other transit system, business or organization.


Status of Services

Please subscribe to rider alerts for service updates. Passenger capacity limits on Routed buses are 25 to 30 percent, depending on the vehicle; 22 passengers on Worker/Driver buses; and 60 passengers on ferries. The following Routes are suspended until further notice: #22, #91, #92, #229 and #234.

FREE Transportation to Vaccine Clinics: If you need transportation assistance to a COVID-19 vaccine site, please call our ACCESS service at (360) 479-7272 or (800) 422-2877. To make an appointment for a vaccination, please contact your health-care provider or the clinic. Due to waiting times at clinics, you will need to call ACCESS after you have received your vaccine to request a ride home. We are waiving fares for these rides.

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Everyone’s Show Must Go On

We scrub our ferries and buses relentlessly so you can keep moving, without an intermission.  

#WeAreKitsap #WeCanDoThis

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Keeping You Safe On Our Buses and Ferries


Doing Our Part

We’re doing everything we can to keep you healthy and safe when you ride.

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Doing Your Part

We’re in this together! Let's not give COVID a ticket to ride by adopting a few new habits.

Listen to the Experts

We communicate regularly with Kitsap Public Health District for their guidance. Check out these resources:

 

Wear Face Coverings

Cover your nose and mouth at all times – even if you aren’t feeling sick, you can spread COVID.

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Keep Riders Safe

We enforce state law requiring face coverings on public transit, provide face masks and hand sanitizer on our services and are in the process of installing seat bands to reinforce social distancing on our buses.


Keep Your Distance

When waiting for your ride and finding a seat, keep your distance from those not in your household.
 

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Protect our Employees

We've installed see-through partitions on our buses to create a physical barrier between our operators and riders at the farebox. In addition, all operators are required to wear a face covering on the job.


Clean Hands Often

Please carry hand sanitizer or use our dispenser to clean your hands when using our services.
 

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Disinfect Daily

We disinfect high-touch areas daily with a non-toxic cleaner certified to kill coronaviruses.


Pay Your Fare Without Touching Cash

You can pay your fare with the ORCA card or Transit GO mobile app instead of cash.

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Monitor & Improve

We've installed ultraviolet (UV) light air cleaners on our ferry fleet and are in the process of installing them on our Routed buses.  

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60 Washington Avenue, Suite 200, Bremerton, WA 98337 Visit our office Phone: (360) 373-2877 or 1-800-501-RIDE