What’s different about a County Connector 31-day pass?
With the County Connector 31-day pass, you can ride all WTA and Skagit Transit routes, including Route 80X and 90X. Route 80X runs between Bellingham and Mt. Vernon. Route 90X runs between Mt. Vernon and Everett Station.
Another difference the “rolling start.” This means you get 31 days of unlimited rides—starting the first time you use your pass and ending at midnight on the 31st day.
What’s different about a Skagit-Whatcom Day Pass?
With the Skagit-Whatcom Day Pass, you can ride Route 80X, plus all WTA and Skagit Transit routes (except Route 90X to Everett Station).
Are regular WTA or Skagit Transit Day Passes accepted on Route 80X?
No. The only acceptable fares on Route 80X are cash, the Skagit-Whatcom Day Pass, County Connector 31-day passes, Gold Cards, WWU passes, WWU Staff and Faculty passes and Skagit Valley College passes.
Are these fares valid for all County Connector buses?
No. These fares are for WTA buses only. Visit the websites of Skagit Transit and Island Transit to view their fare information.
Some notes about County Connector fares:
- These are the only forms of payment accepted on Route 80X:
- Skagit-Whatcom Day passes
- County Connector passes
- Gold Cards
- Western Washington University passes
- Skagit Valley College passes
- The Skagit-Whatcom Day Pass is accepted for local service on both WTA and Skagit Transit, as well as Route 80X. It is not valid on Skagit's Route 90X.
- County Connector 31-day passes are accepted for local service on both WTA and Skagit Transit, as well as Route 80X and Skagit's Route 90X.
- Youth are riders age 8 through 18. Youth passes may require proof of age to purchase.
- Students are riders enrolled at a college, university or vocational school physically located in Whatcom or Skagit County. Student passes require a valid student ID to purchase.
- Reduced fares are for seniors, veterans and riders with disabilites. Click here for more information.