Under construction, please check back
Seattle provides a water taxi that goes from West Seattle to downtown, and from downtown to Vashon Island. Slightly more expensive than the bus, but quicker and more comfortable. Taxi’s to Vashon only operate on the weekdays, whereas going from West Seattle to downtown operates seven days a week. Take a look at the website to see a full list of schedules and fares.
Seattle’s International Airport is conveniently close to the South Park neighborhood. Check out their website to book a flight, find a taxi service to and from the port, or for general information.
Welcome to the Seattle Streetcar! Your link to information about the modern streetcar line connecting downtown Seattle to South Lake Union, project updates for the next Streetcar line to First Hill, and plans for expansion of the streetcar network.
Pierce Transit covers 292 square miles of Pierce County with roughly 70% of the county population. It connects with several Metro buses to get you to Tacoma and back.
Washington State Ferries at Mukilteo and Edmonds are served by Community Transit local and commuter buses. Regular passengers can put both bus and ferry passes on an ORCA card.
Community Transit has 13 bus routes offering more than 100 roundtrips each weekday between Snohomish County communities and downtown Seattle.
Metro provides a broad range of public transportation services across King County, Washington—a service area of more than 2,000 square miles that is home to 1.9 million people.
Sound Transit plans, builds and operates express bus, light rail and commuter train services. We serve the urban areas of King, Pierce and Snohomish counties.