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KING COUNTY WA­TER TAXI— This wa­ter taxi shut­tles across El­liott Bay be­tween Pier 50 and the Seacrest dock in West Seat­tle daily, of­fer­ing great views along the way. www.king­county.gov/wa­ter­taxi. 206.684.1551.

PRONTO CY­CLE SHARE— With 500 bikes at 50 sta­tions around the city, Pronto bi­cy­cles are a con­ve­nient way to get to your des­ti­na­tion. Buy a 24-hour or three-day pass and get un­lim­ited 30-minute rides. Dock your bike at your des­ti­na­tion, and when you’re ready to move on, just un­lock an­other bike! Com­pli­men­tary hel­mets are also avail­able, as Seat­tle laws re­quire hel­met use. Pronto users must be 16 or older (un­der 18 re­quires parental con­sent). www.pron­to­cy­cle­share.com. 844.677.6686.

SEAT­TLE CEN­TER MONO­RAIL— Seat­tle’s above-thestreet mono­rail has been trans­port­ing trav­el­ers from West­lake Cen­ter to the Seat­tle Cen­ter since it opened for the 1962 World’s Fair—when Elvis Pres­ley hopped a ride! One-way fares are $2.25 for adults, $1 youth (5-12), se­niors (65+), and dis­abled/ per­sons with Medi­care cards. Children 4 and younger ride for free. Cash only. www.seat­tle mono­rail.com. West­lake Cen­ter, 400 Pine St., 206.905.2620. Map 1 F7

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