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Old 08-11-2008, 05:14 PM
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I recently accepted a job with Boeing in Everett but do not have a car (technically I dont have a drivers license). Can anyone recommend a good apartment complex in the area with direct bus routes to and from Boeing? I am looking for a nice, relatively new building close to maybe a mall or grocery store so I can also do my shopping by bus/bike. I appreciate any help you can offer. Thanks in advance.
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Old 08-11-2008, 11:38 PM
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Congrats on the Boeing job. I work at the same large aerospace manufacturer and can give you a few pointers.

First of all, Boeing-Everett is well served by bus lines and there are a number of apartment complexes in Mukilteo that are close to Everett and are served by bus lines. In addition, there is an extensive amount of carpooling/vanpooling that goes on so you should be able to find a way one way or another.

As reference, I took the bus from Auburn to Everett everyday for about six months. It's a long ride (49 miles each way) but it is served by a bus and I only had to drive 2 miles. I don't recommend it for you - but I mention it to show that there are a lot of busses that run to the plant.

One thing to keep in mind is that Boeing tends to move people around a lot. In the two years I've been there, I've worked in Everett, Renton, and now Seattle, so there's no guarantee that you'll stay there. Some of the movements have been my own choice but not all of them.

Good luck!
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