Seattle Transit TunnelClosed May 30-31
Tunnel Closed for Upgrades May 30-31
The downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel (DSTT) will be closed for system upgrades on May 30-31. Visit the Service Advisories page for information about Link Shuttle bus service to and from Stadium station, and surface street operation of tunnel buses.
Service Changebegins June 6th
Changes to bus service begin June 6th
- New blue timetables
- New City of Seattle funded transit improvements
- 53 routes with added, restored, revised service or reliability improvements.
- New Community Shuttles for Burien and Mercer Island
- Long-term Route 4 service revision
Ride Transit MonthJoin the challenge
June 1-30, 2015
Join the "Ride Transit Month" Challenge
- Participate as an individual or a team
- Daily prizes
- Grand prize drawing for those that log 10 or more trips
- Prizes for best transit photos too!
Link ConnectionsTell us what you think
Proposed changes for bus service after Link comes to Capitol Hill and the UW
Tell us what you think of proposals to improve connections between buses and light rail after new Link service begins.
Bus Riding DogTrip planning in Seattle
Eclipse the Bus Riding Dog
Metro helps Eclipse visit everywhere she likes to go in Seattle with the new Puget Sound Trip Planner App.
New Ticket MachinePilot Program
Metro Bus Ticket Machine in Downtown Seattle
Buy 2-hour bus tickets with debit/credit cards or cash. Available 24/7. In front of Macy's on 3rd & Pine.
Getting There TogetherMetro & Sound Transit
Getting There Together
Results show regional benefits of integrating Metro, Sound Transit services
Help Yourselfto ORCA
Help yourself to ORCA
Buy an ORCA card, add E-purse or a pass and check your balance at vending machine at stations around the region.
How to Ride Metroby KCDOT Video
How to Ride Metro
If you're thinking of riding King County Metro, take a look at this short video so you'll be ready and know the rules.
I'm constantly amazed by the less-than-smart things pedestrians, bicycles and passenger vehicles do around buses. I've seen countless examples of pedestrians darting out in front of the bus in the dark and rain. It's awesome seing John in action, avoiding the obstacle course and keeping us all safe.