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King Street Center
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Seahawks logoSpecial bus service for Seahawks games

The Seattle Seahawks have contracted with King County Metro Transit to offer special bus shuttles for home football games this season. The first game-day for the Seahawks is Sunday, Sept. 12.

The Seahawks are covering the operating cost for these special shuttles, which operate from park-and-ride lots for weekend games.

Metro special service fare is $5 each way. Please have the exact cash fare ready; drivers do not carry change. No passes, ORCA cards, or transfers are accepted. Children age 2 and under ride free with a fare-paying adult.

There are also many regular bus routes that travel to or near Qwest Field.

We'll get you to the game

Metro has many regular routes that serve Qwest Field on game days.

Metro's Trip Planner includes Metro Transit, Sound Transit, Community Transit, Everett Transit, Pierce Transit, Seattle Center Monorail, Washington State Ferries, Central Link Light Rail and the South Lake Union Streetcar.

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Weekend Park-and-Ride Shuttle Service

Buses start leaving designated park-and-ride lots about two hours and 40 minutes before the game is scheduled to start.

Post-game Boarding

  • To Eastgate Park-and-Ride
    Southbound on 5th Ave S between S King St & S Weller St

  • To South Kirkland Park-and-Ride
    Southbound on 5th Ave S at S Weller St

  • To Northgate Transit Center
    Northbound on 5th Ave S just north of S Weller St

The last buses leave Qwest Field 20 minutes after each game.

Sound Transit

For information about Sound Transit train, light rail and ST Express bus service, visit www.soundtransit.org or call 888-889-6368 (TTY Relay: 711)

More Seahawks info

» www.seahawks.com

Accessible Formats Available: 206-684-2046 (voice) or TTY 206-684-2029.

Updated September 9, 2010