King County Metro will operate a Sunday/holiday schedule on Monday, Sept. 4 in observance of Labor Day.
StoryMetro buses will operate Sunday/holiday schedules for Labor Day, meaning some commuter bus routes will not be in service and other routes may operate on a reduced schedule.
Buses that do not usually operate on Sunday will not be in service on Labor Day. Customers should check schedules for route information, as well as planned reroutes for events and construction.
Sunday fares will be in effect on all Metro service on Labor Day.
Metro offices, including the Customer Information phone line, and Lost and Found and Pass Sales counters, will be closed on Monday.
Transit remains a viable option for travel to and from community events and celebrations. Customers should plan for delays if traveling to or near large public events or areas where construction is taking place.
Ride Metro to Bumbershoot at Seattle Center
While Metro does not operate any extra or other special service for Bumbershoot at Seattle Center over the holiday weekend, there is plenty of regularly scheduled transit service that serves the festival.
Routes 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 13, 24, 32, 33 and the RapidRide D Line serve Seattle Center directly, while routes 5, 26, 28, 40, 62 and the RapidRide C and E lines go to within a few blocks.
More informationComplete transit information is available on Metro Online.
Visit Metro’s online Trip Planner or call Metro’s Customer Information Office on weekdays at 206-553-3000 to plan transit trips.
Details about planned reroutes are on Metro’s Service Advisories page. Sign up for Metro Transit Alerts.