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Metro has over 200 routes serving you in the Puget Sound area. Many buses connect to Link light rail, Sounder trains, Seattle Streetcars, King County Water Taxis and Washington State Ferries. Find out more about how to make Metro work for you.

Parking information
Save money and make your commute to work more enjoyable by leaving your car at a Park & Ride or Transit Center.
Night Owl bus service
Metro’s newly expanded Night Owl service will run between midnight and 5 am every day.
Transit alert subscription

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Current subscribers

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Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel
The DSTT is a 1.3 mile-long pair of tunnels for public transit that run north and south under 3rd Avenue through Downtown Seattle.
Frequent service, always there.
Metro's RapidRide buses offer a more frequent, more comfortable service.
Special event services
Take Metro to a sporting or special event and save on gas and parking.
DART service
Dial-A-Ride Transit
A fixed-route transit service using smaller transit vehicles with the flexibility to perform a limited number of off-route deviations upon request.
Apps & tools
For iOS, Android and web browsers
Check out the apps and mobile tools developers have built that use Metro Transit data!
Other transit agencies

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