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Bus Stops and 1 Line Station information to make your bus-to-light rail connection

On October 2, 2021, 1 Line light rail's Northgate Station opens. Community Transit and Sound Transit buses (800-series and Routes 512, 511, and 513) will no longer serve direct routes to the University of Washington and downtown Seattle. Instead, buses from Snohomish County will take riders to Northgate Station where they can connect to 1 Line light rail.

To help bus riders, we've created two tables that show the stops buses used to serve and the exit to use when using 1 Line light rail to UW and downtown Seattle.

  • U District and UW-area transfers
  • Downtown Seattle destinations

If you need trip planning assistance, please use Trip Planner or contact a Customer Care representative.

U District and UW-area transfers

    Usual Bus StopExit at this Station
    45th & I-5U District
    45th & RooseveltU District
    45th & UniversityU District
    Stevens & Memorial
    U District
    Stevens & George WashingtonU District
    15th & 42nd StU District
    Stevens & Pend OrielleUniversity of Washington
    Rainier VistaUniversity of Washington
    Stevens & OkanoganUniversity of Washington

     

    Destination: downtown Seattle (bus-light rail)

    Usual Bus StopExit at this Station
    Stewart & 9thWestlake
    Stewart & 7thWestlake
    5th & PineWestlake
    5th & Seneca
    University Street
    5th & MarionPioneer Square
    5th & JeffersonPioneer Square
    5th & JacksonInternational District
    Image showing four downtown Seattle 1 Link Stations - Westlake/Seattle, University Street, Pioneer Square and International District/Chinatown