The new level of service is expected to run through Sept. 19.
New schedules are now posted on our Reduced Service page.
Link light rail:
(Univ. of Washington – Angle Lake) – Reduced schedule [PDF]; Trains arrive every 20 minutes on weekdays until 9 p.m. Trains arrive every 30 minutes nights and weekends.
The Sounder reductions that have been in effect will continue at this time. Sounder South weekday service is reduced to seven round trips. Read more on the Reduced Service page.
ST Express routes operated by Pierce Transit are as follows:
- ST Express Routes 560, 574, 577, and 594 will return to full weekday service
- ST Express Route 578 will return to full weekday service, along with additional trips during the p.m. peak to account for reduced Sounder South service
- ST Express Routes 566, 586, 590, and 592 will return to most weekday service
- ST Express Route 595 will return to some weekday service
- ST Express Routes 580 and 596 will have service correspond to the reduced Sounder Schedule
- ST Express Routes 544 and 567 remain temporarily canceled
ST Express routes operated by King County Metro:
ST Express Routes 522 and 545 are operating on a reduced schedule with cuts to some trips. ST Express Route 554 is operating with close to full service with only two trips reduced. ST Express route 542 is operating with 17 fewer trips, and route 550 is operating with 12 fewer trips. ST Express Routes 541, 555 and 556 have been temporarily canceled.
ST Express routes operated by Community Transit:
ST Express Routes 510, 511, 512, 513, 532 and 535 are running on a reduced weekday schedule that preserves the overall span of service but at a reduced frequency for select trips.
At this time normal service will continue on Tacoma Link.
King County Metro:
King County Metro restores some transit service starting June 22. Read more.
Seattle Center Monorail is operating with limited hours of service:
South Lake Union Streetcar will not operate until further notice.
First Hill Streetcar will operate with 15-minute headways, Monday to Saturday, during reduced service hours 5:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Until further notice, there will be no service north of Seattle. Read more.
Reduced service schedules still in place, fares are suspended until June 30th. Read more.
Limited service starts on June 21. Read more.
Service on most routes will run roughly every hour from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Starting Sunday, June 14, Pierce Transit will reinstate fares for buses and SHUTTLE paratransit vehicles.
The fare will be regular rates.
Some Bus Service Restored May 24. Read more.
Water taxi crews will operate one vessel for six roundtrip sailings per weekday; service on shuttles 773 and 775 are discontinued. Read more.
Washington State Ferries:
Washington State Ferries is extending the winter sailing schedule through June 20 because of a continued decline in ridership due to COVID-19. It was previously scheduled to end on April 25. Therefore, customers should continue following the winter schedule through at least June 20. Routes that are on a modified/reduced service schedule will still remain on those schedules until further notice.
Multiple lines are suspended, others have modified schedule implemented. Read more.
You ride (healthy), we guide.
The Moovit Team