In observance of Labor Day, King County Metro Transit operates a Sunday/Holiday schedule on Monday, September 7.
Holiday schedule for Metro Transit service on Labor Day
In observance of Labor Day, King County Metro Transit operates a Sunday/Holiday schedule on Monday, Sept. 7.
Labor Day transit service
If your bus does not normally operate on a Sunday, it will not operate on Monday. The holiday schedule means that many commuter bus routes will not be in service that day. Bus riders should check the schedule for their routes, as well as scheduled event and construction reroutes.
Sunday fares are in effect on all Metro service on Labor Day.
Riding transit is a good way to get to area events and celebrations. Even when affected buses are rerouted, they usually still get close to event venues near their routes. Use the regularly published Sunday schedule for your bus on Monday, but expect delays wherever there are crowds or traffic congestion.
Bumbershoot at Seattle Center
While Metro is not operating shuttles or other special or additional service for Bumbershoot at Seattle Center over the holiday weekend, there is plenty of regularly scheduled transit service that serves the festival.
Routes 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 13, 24, 32, 33 and the RapidRide D Line serve Seattle Center directly, while routes 5, 16, 26, 28, 40 and the RapidRide E Line go to within a few blocks. The RapidRide C Line from West Seattle continues downtown as the D Line to Seattle Center.