Public Transit Guide

for

SeaTac to Everett

If you're planning on attending Ranger Rendezvous 42 in Everett we hope to make getting there as easy as possible. For that reason we've put together this guide to get you from the terminal to the hotel! With the time you save not waiting in line for a rental car, this might even end up being faster and depending on what time you arrive it might offer a nice reprieve from Seattle's congestion as you sail up the HOV lane.

Total Time: 1.5 - 2 hours (i.e. Not much different than driving!)
Total Cost:$6.75 (i.e. Way cheaper than a rental car!)
Last Bus to Everett: Departs 4th & Jackson at 12:08AM Daily

STEP ONE

After arriving on what we hope is an on time flight, collect your things and follow the signs through the terminal for "Link Light Rail". From baggage claim it's up and escalator, across a pedestrian bridge, and through the parking garage.

Link Link Rail overhead airport sign
STEP TWO
Fare Machine at SeaTac Airport Station

After arriving in the rail station, head to the fare machine to purchase your one way ticket to International District/King Street Station. At the time of writing this, that fare was $3.00 which can be paid by Visa or MasterCard. Head to the platform and wait for your Northbound train heading towards University of Washington Station. Trains on this line run every few minutes during peak hours at roughly every 15 minutes off-peak.

STEP THREE

Once you arrive at King Street Station exit to street level which should put you on the Southwest corner of 5th & Jackson Street. From here you want to go to the 4th & Jackson St Stop which is on the Southeast side of that intersection. Board the 510 or 512 Bus for Everett. The fare at the time of writing is $3.75 and can be paid with cash on the bus.

Note: If you're looking for the stop, you'll know you're in the right place if you see the clock tower of King Street station directly across from you!

4th & Jackson St Bus Stop
STEP FOUR
Animation of the drive up I-5 North from Seattle to Everett from the upper deck of the Sound Transit Bus

Once on board, sit back and enjoy being whisked through downtown Seattle before it fades into the distance and the panoramic views of the Cascade Mountains come into view. Everett is the terminal stop of this bus before it turns around for its return to Seattle. Depending on the time of day, it takes between 45 and 55 minutes to arrive in Everett.

STEP FIVE

Once at Everett station you'll be two blocks from the Delta Hotels property. Cross the pedestrian bridge over the rails and turn left up Pine Street.

Pedrestian Bridge over train tracks at Everett Station
We hope to see you at Rendezvous!