Most Sound Transit service in King, Pierce & Snohomish Counties are returning to service with regular routing. Monitor the Rider Alerts page for routes remaining on snow reroute.
Link light rail: Link trains continue to operate on their regular schedule. Please use caution at all stations and bus stops. Be prepared for snow and ice on platforms, stairs and parking lots.
Sounder Train: All trains are scheduled to operate regular service. Riders should arrive to the platform for on-time departure. Please use caution at all stations and bus stops. Be prepared for snow and ice on platforms, stairs and parking lots.
ST Express buses: Some ST Express buses remain on snow reroute. Reroutes are posted on our Rider Alert page. If your bus is not listed, then it does not have a snow reroute, it will operate its regular route. Road conditions can change at any time causing reroutes or stop closures with little to no notice.
Riders may see smaller bus sizes being used on their routes. The safest bus equipment types and operation speeds are being used; this could result in reduced service throughout the system. Riders should expect significant delays throughout the service day.
The online trip planner, OneBusAway or third-party apps may not reflect current operation of service. Riders should monitor the Rider Alerts page for snow reroute information. It is not possible to know when a bus will arrive at a specific location, use posted schedules as a guide only.
Please use caution at stations and bus stops. Be prepared for snow and ice on platforms, stairs and parking lots. Sound Transit has crews out in the field working to clear snow and ice from our facilities, but be prepared in case your facility has not been cleared by the time you arrive.
Riders should monitor local media outlets or visit @WSDOT_traffic for information on traffic conditions and street closures.
For service information on Sound Transit’s regional transit partners, visit Metro’s Snow Alerts, King County Water Taxi, Community Transit, Pierce Transit, Seattle Streetcar, or Washington State Ferries.
Thank you for riding Sound Transit. Travel safely.