Board the bus and support your team

Board the bus and support your team

Oct 13, 2022

How to get to sporting events on transit

The Mariners and the Seahawks are playing two important games at home this weekend and going to the stadium is always a good way to support your team. 

Traffic, parking, and gas prices might keep you from attending, but transit is here to save the day!

Use Community Transit’s Trip Planner before you go to make your life easier. Just type the destination and where you’re traveling from and it will generate several travel options to choose from. And transit is easier when you have an ORCA card, especially when a transfer is involved.

Here is a list of nearby sports venues and how to get there:

T-Mobile Park (Mariners) & Lumen Field (Seahawks & Sounders)
Many Transit Centers or Park & Rides will get you to the Northgate Station. These stadiums are accessible by Link Light Rail, and you can get to light rail at Northgate on several bus routes. Weekdays, our 800-series routes can get you to Northgate from park & rides throughout Snohomish County. On weekends, Sound Transit Route 512 travels along I-5. Pick a park and ride that works for you and enjoy the game!

Climate Pledge Arena (Kraken & Storm)
You can connect from Link light rail to the Monorail at Westlake Station. If you are not up for a walk through Seattle Center, you can use one of the King County Metro bus routes to get there. 

Husky Stadium (UW Huskies)
Once you’ve boarded Link light rail at Northgate, it is only three stops to the University of Washington station, which is right by the stadium.

Angel of the Winds Arena (Everett Silvertips)
Use the Trip Planner to get a bus ride from your community to Everett Station. From there, you can take the Swift Blue Line, or Everett Transit Routes 6 or 7 to get close to the arena.

Funko Field (AquaSox)
From Everett Station, take Everett Transit Route 8 to Broadway & 38th Street or Route 3 to Colby Ave & 9th Street. From there it’s a short walk to the stadium. Say Hi to Webbly!