King County Metro
- On Saturday, October 2, Metro will restore and update service system-wide with connections to three new light rail stations. Click here to see changes
- See what your route(s) will look like this fall by selecting October 2 (or later) in King County Metro’s Trip Planner
- North King County Route Revisions and Maps
- Via to Transit – Book rides straight from your phone and travel to/from key destinations across Othello, Rainier Beach/Skyway, Renton and Tukwila.
- Starting Saturday, July 3, normal passenger capacity will resume on Metro buses, on-demand services such as Via to Transit, Seattle Streetcar, water taxis, community vans and shuttles, vanpools, and Access paratransit.
- Schedules & Maps (March 20, 2021 – October 1, 2021)
- Take your bike on transit or park it at a transit center to go just about anywhere in King County and beyond.
Link Light Rail
- Starting October 2, there will be more ways to access Link than ever before! Bus routes and maps are available here.
- Northgate Link is coming! Find information about route changes and access improvements on this Commute Seattle blog.
- Starting July 3, normal passenger capacity will resume on Link light rail.
- Check out the map and schedule. Additionally, be sure to get familiar with the new line names. You can also watch how the Link system will change over time on YouTube.
- Has it been a long time since your last ride on Link? Here’s a refresher of what to know before you ride and remember to follow the Safety and COVID-19 guidelines.
Sound Transit Express & Sounder
- September 19, 2021 service change – South corridor bus routes, Sounder South and Tacoma Link
- Starting July 3, normal passenger capacity will resume on Link light rail and ST Express bus routes operated by King County Metro (Routes 522, 542, 545, 550 and 554). On Sounder, Tacoma Link and all other ST Express routes, normal capacity will resume starting July 1.
- ST Express route changes and current schedules (March 20, 2021 – September 12, 2021)
- Plan your trip
Water Taxi & Ferries
- Water Taxi: West Seattle and Vashon
- Kitsap Fast Ferries: Bremerton, Kingston, and Southworth
- Washington State Ferries: Bremerton/Seattle, Bainbridge Island/Seattle, Fauntleroy/Southworth
- Starting July 1, normal passenger capacity will resume on ferries, and customers will no longer be encouraged to stay in their vehicles.
- Face masks: A face covering is required in all indoor areas aboard vessels and in terminals in compliance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s order for public transportation.
For West Seattle Staff
For Essential Workers
Free scooter rides and Vanpool: Commuting Resources for Essential Workers
Puget Sound Regional Transit
- Community Transit: Fall 2021 Service Change
Northgate Link Expansion:
- Community Transit will redirect its 800-series bus routes to connect to the 1 Line (Link) at Northgate Station instead of going to the U District and University of Washington.
- Making this connection allows Community Transit to add 48 trips to its 800-series routes, mostly to improve bus frequency back to Snohomish County in the afternoon and evening.
- Sound Transit Routes 511, 512, and 513 that currently run between Everett and Seattle will also connect to light rail at Northgate. People traveling to the UW, downtown Seattle or anywhere along the 1 Line can use any of these routes to connect to light rail.
- Route 512 will begin serving Northgate on Saturday, Oct. 2. The other routes mentioned above will start serving Northgate on Monday, Oct. 4.
- Community Transit 400-series routes and Sound Transit Route 510 will continue to provide direct bus service between Snohomish County and downtown Seattle
- Pierce Transit: September 19, 2021 Service Change
- Intercity Transit: Routes – Effective June 13, 2021
- Kitsap Transit: Routed Buses
- Download Infographic
More Travel Options
- Here is a recap of Commute Seattle’s Navigating Seattle Transportation Webinar where we provided updates about travel options from the Seattle Department of Transportation, King County Metro, Sound Transit, and our own team of experts!
- Seattle Streetcar
- Seattle Monorail
- Bike Resources
- Bike Share
- Scooter Share
Share this PDF flyer with your teammates or tenants to refresh their memory about their options for getting to work (and around town!)
Interested in learning about how transit service, capitol projects, and transit access programs are funded?
Learn more about the Seattle Transportation Benefit District (STBD) from the Seattle Department of Transportation.
2021 Regional Return to Work Survey
Results from our 2021 Regional Return to Work Survey and Opportunities for Building Back Better Commutes and what transit agencies are doing to keep riders safe available here.