First Transit provides contract public transit and ADA paratransit services, transit management services and transit consulting throughout North America.
King County Metro Transit is popular locally and admired nationwide for its innovative transit services, pioneering green practices, and visionary approach to meeting the transportation needs of the county’s growing population.
Plan a trip by typing in an address, choosing a landmark or clicking a point on a map. Find route maps, schedules, stops, next departures and information about your transit service for trips around the region.
For people with disabilities who can’t use regular buses there’s our Access program, which provides door-to-door van service. Access provides a number of other services to help customers who have special needs because of disability or age.
Whether you commute in the region by bus, ferry, rail or train - or a combination - one card is all you need. ORCA is accepted on Community Transit, Everett Transit, King County Metro Transit, Kitsap Transit, Pierce Transit, Sound Transit and Washington State Ferries.
The Regional Reduced Fare Permit (RRFP) entitles senior riders (age 65 or older), riders with a disability and Medicare card holders to reduced fares on several different public transportation systems in the Puget Sound region.
With a strong commitment to great service, the Washington State DOL advances public safety and consumer protection through licensing, regulation and education, and we collect revenue that supports our state’s transportation system.