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Depending on their starting points in Metro’s service area, Husky football fans have several options for getting to and from weekend home games, including direct shuttles from four eastside park & ride lots; a new shuttle from the Redondo Heights P&R; contracted non-Metro shuttles from two other park & ride lots; Link light rail; Metro buses that connect with Link, and regular Metro bus service that travels near the stadium.

For complete game-day transportation information, visit the Huskies gameday transportation website.

Changes for 2019

South King County P&R shuttle service

There is no longer any Husky service from the Federal Way P&R.

Direct express Husky shuttle bus service from South King County to Husky Stadium will operate from the Redondo Heights Park & Ride just north of Federal Way at 27454 Pacific Hwy S, and is available to fans who purchase a season bus pass for this route.

The Redondo Heights Park & Ride service operates similarly to other Park & Ride service, with the notable difference being that riders must purchase a season bus pass in advance to use the Redondo Heights route. Single game bus passes are not accepted for this service.

The Montlake Freeway stops on SR 520 are closed

Montlake Freeway Station bus stops along SR 520 have been permanently closed. No Metro or Sound Transit buses stop on SR 520 at Montlake.

Apple Cup service

Apple Cup bus transportation will be significantly different due to the 2019 game being on a Friday. A separate bus operation plan will be developed and will be similar to previous years’ weekday games. It is important to note that bus service will be limited, different Park & Ride lots will be used, and a bus pass must be purchased in advance of the game. Complete information will be available later in the season.

Park & ride express shuttle bus service

Contracted Metro shuttle buses operate express shuttle service on Husky home game days from five designated park and ride lots.

With the purchase of a season or game day pass (except at Redondo), fans can park in the Park & Ride lots and travel stress-free to and from Husky Stadium.

After the game, pass holders can board buses in front of the stadium for the return trip.

Regular Metro bus service

Plan a transit trip

Plan a trip to Husky Stadium from anywhere in the region. Enter your trip's point of origin and your travel time and you'll receive a detailed itinerary telling you what mode(s) of travel to use, where and when to board, transfer if needed and exit, as well as how much it will cost.


Metro bus routes 31, 32, 44, 45, 48, 49, 65, 67, 70, 71, 73, 271 and 372, and Sound Transit Express bus Route 542 serve the University of Washington area, and, for many fans, go near or to within walking distance of the stadium, even when they are rerouted.

Bus service is rerouted during Husky games

Buses that normally travel near Husky stadium are rerouted during Husky football games, however many fans are still able to walk from the rerouted service, and Metro also operates a shuttle between UW Link light rail station and the University District, where riders can make connections with rerouted buses if needed.

Visit Metro’s Service Advisories page for reroute information prior to each game.

Fares, ORCA and Transit GO Tickets

Unless otherwise indicated, a valid fare is required upon boarding all regularly scheduled transit service.

Pay regular fares with an ORCA card, UPASS, Transit GO Ticket or cash. Husky game tickets are not accepted as fare on any Metro transit service.

Sound Transit Link light rail

Link light rail serves Husky Stadium at University of Washington Station from Sound from Capitol Hill, downtown Seattle, Beacon Hill, the Rainier Valley, Tukwila, SeaTac Airport, and Angle Lake.

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