Over the past few years, we have watched as local businesses, attractions, and services either return or close for good. However, the Seattle Waterfront Shuttle is one of the stragglers and is back as tourism levels reach the same levels as before 2020. Here’s where to find the free shuttle and what to know about it.
Before 2020, the Seattle Waterfront Shuttle provided “nearly 500,000 free rides to visitors and residents in order to make Seattle’s waterfront more accessible.” The shuttle is running now, operating this year from July 17th until September 24th. Inside, passengers will find more than 20 seats as well as ADA accessibility.
The shuttles will run daily from 10 AM to 8 PM every 15 minutes. Keep in mind that 15 minutes is the aspired time, on busy days with heavy traffic it may take longer for shuttles to arrive. There are two loops, connecting the Waterfront to the Space Needle, Pioneer Square, King Street Station, the Chinatown International District, and more.
With that, be sure to take full advantage of the Seattle Waterfront Shuttle and check out all that the heart of our city has to offer.