Our Goals

Kitsap Transit is planning for the future of public transport in our county. We work to:

  • Integrate the growth of our bus system with higher-level transit options;
  • Further incorporate Passenger-Only Ferries with shore-side options, from buses to fixed guide ways and Washington State Ferries;
  • Lower costs of high-demand transit alternatives by sizing stations correctly, preserving and securing sites, and keep pieces of right-of-way;
  • Develop complementary transit and land use planning.

Transit Development Plan (TDP)

2024-2029 Transit Development Plan (draft) - (pdf)
2023-2028 Transit Development Plan - (pdf)

Transit Development Plan Goals:

  • Preservation: To maintain, preserve and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services. 
  • Safety: To provide for and improve the safety and security of transportation customers and the transportation system.
  • Mobility: To improve the predictable movement of goods and people throughout Washington State.
  • Environment: To enhance Washington’s quality of life through transportation investments that promote energy conservation, enhance healthy communities, and protect the environment.
  • Stewardship: To continuously improve the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of the transportation system. 

Long-Range Transit Plan (LRTP)

Download Kitsap Transit's 2022-2042 Long Range Transit Plan (pdf)
Download Kitsap Transit's 2022-2042 Long Range Transit Plan Appendices (pdf)

Click here to learn more about our Long-Range Transit Plan process.

LRTP Goals:

  • Improve existing service
  • Expand transit options
  • Increase transit ridership
  • Maintain financial sustainability
  • Improve environmental sustainability. 

Service Planning

Do you have ideas about your bus or ferry service? We want to hear from you!

Kitsap Transit is always looking for ways to improve your service, but we need help to know what your needs are. Please click here to send us your suggestions or call us at 360.373.2877.

Project Planning

The projects that Kitsap Transit invests in are geared to make taking public transportation easier and safer for you. If you have ideas on where Kitsap Transit should place its next park & ride or have other ideas that benefit our riders, let us know. Please click here to send us your project ideas!

Active Projects

These projects are just some of the great things Kitsap Transit is doing to make our services more accessible to you. Questions about all active projects can be directed to the Service & Capital Development Director at steffanil@kitsaptransit.com.


Silverdale Transit Center

The current temporary Silverdale Transfer Center serves several Kitsap Transit bus routes. It is located adjacent to The Trails at Silverdale retail center on Greaves Way. Kitsap Transit is building a permanent transit center in the Silverdale area on Ridgetop Blvd., across from Harrison Hospital that will provide safe, ADA-accessible connections in a pedestrian-friendly location with easy access to shopping, housing and medical and social services. Visit our Future Transit Centers page to learn more. 

Port Orchard Transit Center 

Kitsap Transit is preparing to expand the Transit Center in downtown Port Orchard to increase bus capacity, provide increased capacity for passengers, improve rider and driver amenities, and provide safer traffic patterns. Visit the project page to learn more.

SR 16 Park & Ride Study

SR 16 – Park & Ride Study Presentation (pdf)

Kitsap Transit Gateway Center  

Gateway Center Presentation (pdf)

Kitsap Transit is preparing to develop the Transit Center presently operated by Kitsap Transit near the SR3 Corridor located at the intersection of Bruenn Avenue and Burwell Street in Bremerton, Washington. A study was just completed to determine the feasibility of building a hydrogen fueling station on the property. 

North Base Heavy Duty Maintenance Facility  

Kitsap Transit closed out the first and second phase of the North Base expansion in 2019. The third phase will add a Heavy-Duty Maintenance Facility, built to support double-decker buses and is in the design phase. This project is approximately located at 21711 Vetter Rd NW, Poulsbo, WA 98370.   


All-Electric Foil Ferry

Glosten, Inc. and Bieker Boats, LLC, doing business as Foil Ferry, LLC, have completed the preliminary design of Foil Ferry, a 150-passenger all-electric fast ferry. The preliminary design effort was funded through the Federal Transit Administration’s Accelerated Innovative Mobility (AIM) initiative. Visit the project page to learn more.

​Seattle Fast Ferry Terminal Project

Kitsap Transit is exploring potential Seattle landing sites for existing and possible new Fast Ferry routes. Visit the project page to learn more.

Ferry Maintenance Facility Project

To meet the ongoing maintenance needs of its ferry fleet, Kitsap Transit is planning to construct a new ferry maintenance facility. Visit the project page to learn more.

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