Travel Options

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Most King County offices will be closed on November 11, for Veterans Day.

Many King County services are continually adapting because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Each agency will update its pages with current information.

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With restrictions about COVID-19 rapidly changing, please check with individual departments to be sure a building is open before you seek in-person service. Also, some downtown buildings are not open to the public due to a project to close the Administration Building and relocate the agencies affected. This project will continue at least through the end of 2021.

Many King County services are continually adapting because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Each agency will update its pages with current information.

Become a certified small business contractor or supplier

Find certified small business contractors and suppliers

With restrictions about COVID-19 rapidly changing, please check with individual departments to be sure a building is open before you seek in-person service. Also, some downtown buildings are not open to the public due to a project to close the Administration Building and relocate the agencies affected. This project will continue at least through the end of 2021.

Metro provides a wide range of transportation options and choices for King County. In addition to the regions largest bus network, our choices include vanpools, paratransit services, and many new forms of transportation solutions. Metro also operates Sound Transits regional Express bus service and Link light rail in King County, along with the Seattle Streetcar.

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Metro keeps youmoving safely. Wear a mask on every trip.