Seattle-Tacoma COVID-19 Transit Updates

Updates as of March 27, 2020


Sound Transit: 


Reductions to Pierce and Snohomish routes follow earlier reductions to Link and Sounder service and ST Express routes serving King County . Read more.


King County Metro: 

Most Seattle bus routes will continue to run, but under temporarily reduced schedule. Read more.


Seattle Streetcar: 

The First Hill Streetcar frequency will go from 12 to 15-minutes.

For the time being, South Lake Union Streetcar service is being suspended.



Until further notice, there will be no service north of Seattle. Read more.


Community Transit: 

All routes will be served by at least one trip in each direction to ensure service is available for all of our communities; no routes have been eliminated.

Local routes within Snohomish County will be reduced less than others.

Commuter routes, including routes to Seattle, University of Washington, Bellevue and Boeing will see greater service reductions to more closely match current ridership.

Routes that have a change in either their first or last trip include Routes 105, 106, 107, 196, 202, 247, 280, 412, 416, 424, 435, 821, and 871.

Weekday bus frequency for Swift Blue line will change from approximately 10 minutes to every 12 minutes, and will change to every 15 minutes for Swift Green line. Evening and weekend service on both Swift routes will be every 20 minutes.

. Read more.


Pierce Transit

Starting Monday, March 30, Pierce Transit will reduce the weekday bus service by about 28 percent until further notice. Updated Schedule.


Water Taxi:

Water Taxi spring schedule postponed to at least April 20, 2020. Read more.


Washington State Ferries: 

Ferries to remain on winter sailing schedules through April 25 due to lower demand. Read more.



You ride (healthy), we guide. 

The Moovit Team