Public Transportation Overview
Metro, Sound Transit and Link light rail are all great ways to get to and from the game.
With the game taking place on a Friday night, regular Metro-operated Husky Special Park & Ride and neighborhood service is not available, and regularly scheduled bus routes in the Husky Stadium and UW campus areas will be rerouted starting at about 2:00 PM, with a frequent shuttle operating between the University Link station and Campus Parkway in the University District.
Non-Metro Husky Special service
What was formerly Special Park & Ride shuttle bus service operated by Metro, will be replaced with a UW Football Shuttle service that will operate in the same fashion but from different non-P&R locations around King County.
Regularly scheduled transit service & reroutes
Regular Metro and Sound Transit bus service that normally serves the Husky Stadium and University Link station area will operate according to normal weekday schedules, but will be rerouted into the University District during the September 30 game.
A frequent UW Link Metro shuttle operates about every 7½ minutes between the University Link Station and Campus Parkway and back while regular service is rerouted.
All transit riders, fans and commuters should expect heavy traffic and likely delays on the afternoon and evening of September 30. Allow plenty of time for all travel.
Regular bus service is normally provided in the Husky Stadium and University Link station area by Link light rail, Metro routes 43, 44, 45, 48, 65, 67, 75, 167, 197, 271 and 277, and Sound Transit routes 540, 541, 542, 556 and 586.
A valid full payment of fare is required on all regularly scheduled transit service.
To plan your transit trip to a Huskies game or any event or location visit the Puget Sound Trip Planner.