Surviving Seattle: Transportation

Getting around any major city is hard and often impractical without a viable transportation option. Luckily, Seattle (and the rest of the Puget Sound region) has a bevy of options. Aside from the over 200 bus lines connecting King County (home to Seattle) to the region, there are streetcars, trains, light rail, water taxis and ferries connecting the region. An ORCA (one regional card for all) card is a must-get for anyone trying to get around the region, as it works like cash across the board on most Puget Sound transportation options. This an excellent help for people like McCandless that need efficient ways to get around and a load as light and minimal as possible.

Source

  • “Bus service” King County. Jan. 27, 2017. <http://kingcounty.gov/depts/transportation/metro/travel-options/bus.aspx>

 

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