King County Metro and Sound Transit buses carry three bikes on front racks. Load or unload your bike at any regular bus stop.
Other agencies in the region also carry 2 or 3 bikes per bus. Most e-bikes are too heavy for bus bike racks, while cargo bikes are too long. See our types of bikes for limits on size, weight, types of bikes and accessories.
King County Water Taxis and Kitsap Fast Ferries have racks for 10-26 bikes depending on the vessel. Washington State Ferries has designated space on the car deck to tie up bikes (requires a small fee). Bicycle racks are also available at most terminals.
Racks can be installed at no charge on Metro vanpools upon request.
Request one of our vehicles with a bike rack when booking your trip. Tap the + button after the 'Traveling alone?' prompt. Select 'Add a bike' from the list of options.
Other Metro services
Services that use small vehicles or vans carry 2 or 3 bikes. Metro's regular rack loading instructions and rules apply for size, weight, type of bike and accessories. Please contact the specialized services, including DART and Trailhead Direct for more details.