Custom tailored service for your community
On June 8, 2014 demonstration Route 425 began serving Puyallup. The Puyallup connectors are visually distinct 25-foot vehicles, with artwork and graphics that reflect the unique history of the City of Puyallup.
Route 425, the Puyallup Connector, is operating as a one year demonstration from June 8, 2014 to June 6, 2015. On March 9th, the Pierce Transit Board of Commissioners will evaluate the ridership and effectiveness of the route to determine if it should be made a permanent route.
An important part of the demonstration process is to listen to community input. Join us and let your voice be heard!
Pierce Transit Training Center 3720 96th Street SW
Served by routes 48 & 300
About Demonstration Route 425
Puyallup Community Connector service conects residents in Puyallup with shopping, recreation, local events, and medical facilities in Downtown Puyallup and South Hill.
Connections to local service
Route 425 provides connections to routes 400, 402, 409, 410, 495, and 503.
Connections to key Puyallup community destinations
- Puyallup Sounder Station
- Puyallup Public Library
- Puyallup City Hall
- Good Samaritan Hospital
- Washington State Fair
- Wildwood Park
- Senior Housing Assistance Center
- Group Health Medical Center
Title VI Analysis
Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin. As required by the Federal Transportation Administration and Pierce Transit’s Major Service Change Policy, staff completed a Title VI Service Equity Analysis for the Puyallup Connector Demonstration Route 425 in January 2015. Staff identified no disparate impact for minority populations and no disproportionate burden impact for low-income populations for Route 425. For more details see the full report by CLICKING HERE.
Your Feedback Is Important
Help us plan bus service in your community by completing this short questionnaire.
FaresFares for the demonstration service are the same as local fares enjoyed by all Pierce Transit riders--- $2.00 adult fare or $0.75 discounted and youth fare. Passengers can also take advantage of PT’s Weekend All-Day Pass.
|Monthly Regional Pass||$72||$27||$27|
InputPierce Transit will collect public feedback on demonstration service prior to a February 9, 2015 Public Hearing.
Let us know how it's working for you!
For more information
Tina Lee, Service Innovation Administrator
PO Box 99070 | Lakewood, WA 98496