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Pub­lic Trans­porta­tion Pub­lic Trans­porta­tion – By Train

• Sound Tran­sit’s Link Light Rail ex­tends from the city of SeaTac to the Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton. With stops in South Seat­tle neigh­bor­hoods, the sta­dium district, the In­ter­na­tional District/Chi­na­town and down­town lo­ca­tions, it’s a great op­tion for trav­el­ers com­ing to or from the air­port.

• The Link Light Rail service runs from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. Mon­day through Satur­day and 6 a.m. to mid­night on Sun­days. Trains ar­rive and de­part ev­ery 6 to 15 min­utes, depend­ing on the time of day.

• A shut­tle from the Link light rail sta­tion to the ter­mi­nal is pro­vided free of cost for those who are el­derly and/or dis­abled that runs from 5 a.m. to mid­night dur­ing Light rail’s nor­mal op­er­at­ing hours. The shut­tle usu­ally picks up pas­sen­gers by the or­ange and pur­ple el­e­va­tors. The shut­tle is a cart that has mul­ti­ple rows of seats so lug­gage can go in it as well. If a party fills it up, the next party will have to wait for the next shut­tle.

• Tick­ets must be pur­chased prior to board­ing. Fares are dis­tanced-based. You can pay with tick­ets pur­chased from Link Sta­tion ticket vend­ing ma­chines, or by tap­ping an ORCA Card be­fore you en­ter the plat­form and af­ter you get off the train. You can also pur­chase Link Light Rail tick­ets on your phone us­ing the Tran­sit Go ticket app.

Pub­lic Trans­porta­tion – By Bus

• King County Metro Tran­sit (Bus Service): The King Count Metro bus stops that serve Sea-Tac Air­port (routes that serve Sea-Tac) are lo­cated on In­ter­na­tional Boule­vard (State High­way-99) and South 176th Street by the Link Light Rail Sta­tion. The most con­ve­nient route to the stops is to take the walk­way through the north end of the fourth floor of the Air­port Park­ing Garage to the Sound Tran­sit Link Light Rail Sta­tion and exit to In­ter­na­tional Boule­vard.

• The fol­low­ing King County Metro routes pickup ad­ja­cent to the light rail sta­tion on In­ter­na­tional Boule­vard:

• Rapid Ride A line (Fed­eral Way)

• Route 180 (Burien/Auburn)

• Route 156 (South­cen­ter/Des Moines)

• Sound Tran­sit (Bus Service): Sound Tran­sit op­er­ates two ex­press bus routes that pickup and drop off pas­sen­gers at the sound end of the main ter­mi­nal on our lower drive. The ST Route 560 serves Burien, Ren­ton, and Belle­vue, WA. The ST Route 574 heads south and con­nects pas­sen­gers with Fed­eral way, Ta­coma, and ter­mi­nates in Lake­wood, WA.

• Both King County Metro Tran­sit and Sound Tran­sit buses ac­cept cash or ORCA Card pay­ment . Pay as you en­ter the bus. Please note that bus driv­ers do not carry change, so you will need to pay the ex­act fare.

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