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Take the first steps by planning your trip, find a schedule or route map. We have tools to help you find your bus stop too.
Free training services for persons with disabilities and seniors on how to ride regular public transit.
Metro buses have lifts or ramps for wheelchair and scooter users and others who have trouble climbing steps.
Metro's Automated Stop Announcement (ASA) system calls out stops to help customers reach their destination.
Seats at the front of the bus are priority seating for people with disabilities and seniors.
Drivers are required to permit any customer with a service animal to ride King County Metro buses.
Blind and deaf customers may use Bus Identifier cards to communicate the route they wish to ride.
Plan trips to downtown Seattle destinations and avoid the hills.
Dept. of Transportation
Metro Transit Division
King Street Center
201 S. Jackson St
Seattle, WA 98104