2021 Transit Integration Report now available

The region's transit agencies are working together

PSRC’s 2021 Transit Integration Report is now available. The report highlights coordination activities that are improving service for riders and offering transportation options throughout the region.

The central Puget Sound region has nine agencies and organizations that provide transit and ferry service to residents and visitors: City of Seattle, Community Transit, Everett Transit, King County Metro, Kitsap Transit, Pierce County, Pierce Transit, Sound Transit, and Washington State Ferries.

Close coordination between these agencies and other stakeholders is essential for providing customers with transportation options that are easy to use and get them where they need to go.

PSRC’s annual Transit Integration Report includes stories of transit coordination across the region that highlight how these coordination activities improve customer journeys and avoid duplicative or conflicting services.

Some of the highlights in the 2021 report include stories covering:

  • Recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Progress on the growth and development of the regional transit system
  • Improvements to customer service
  • Future planning considerations for service and operations

The report also features work towards the rollout of the next generation ORCA card in 2022, the 2023 launch of the East Link Light Rail expansion, progress towards moving the region to zero-emission fleets, and the expansion of mobility on demand (MOD) transit services to first and last mile customers.

Read the full report and those from past years on PSRC’s website.