Your portal for park & ride information and resources at the Northgate transit center.
What buses can I take from the Northgate Transit Center?
You have lots of transit options to connect you to downtown Seattle and more! Click the links below for information on schedules and maps for each route.
- Metro Route 26: (Express) Northgate TC to East Green Lake to Downtown Seattle
- Metro Route 40: Northgate TC to Ballard to Fremont to Westlake to Downtown Seattle
- Metro Route 41: Lake City to Northgate TC to Downtown Seattle
- Metro Route 63: Northgate TC to Cherry Hill
- Metro Route 67: Northgate TC to University District to Children’s Hospital
- Metro Route 75: Northgate TC to Lake City to Sand Point to University District
- Metro Route 303: Shoreline P&R to First Hill
- Metro Route 345 (with 41 & 331): Shoreline Community College to Northgate TC (to Downtown Seattle)
- Metro Route 346 (with 41): Aurora Village TC to Northgate TC (To Downtown Seattle)
- Metro Routes 347 and 348: Richmond Beach to Mountlake Terrace TC to Northgate TC
- Metro Route 995: Laurelhurst to Lakeside School
- Sound Transit Express Routes 555, 556: Issaquah & Bellevue
Plan your route & find the best mode of transportation.
Check out Commute Seattle’s Commute Portal for trip planning, traffic alerts, and news & events.
Solo Driver or “Single Occupant Vehicle” (SOV) Permits
SOV permit applicants must use a valid ORCA card at least 12 days per month to board Sounder, ST Express, or a bus from the same station operated by King County Metro or Pierce Transit.
King County Metro permits allow groups of two or more commuters who regularly drive together to participating park & rides to catch transit, meet a vanpool, or another carpool to apply for carpool parking permits. Permits are free and allow permit holders to park in reserved parking areas on weekdays during the morning rush hour.
Sound Transit is offering free carpool parking permits to groups of two or more commuters who regularly drive together to catch the bus or train. Permits give you access to priority parking areas on weekdays when arriving with two or more transit riders in a vehicle during morning rush hours.
If you don’t need to take your bike along, park it where you catch your bus or train. Metro and Sound Transit have racks, lockers or cages at most transit centers, park & rides and rail stations. Bike lockers are secure and weather-protected for your bike and gear.
Learn about the locations you can store your bike:
On-demand lockers: Rent a bike locker on demand whenever you need it.
Long-term leased lockers: Lease a bike locker long-term to ensure your parking spot.
Northgate Pedestrian Bridge
A new, accessible, all ages and abilities pedestrian and bike bridge will be constructed over I-5 in Northgate. The Northgate Ped/Bike Bridge will improve access to communities, services, and opportunities on the east and west sides of I-5 in Northgate and Licton Springs.
The new bridge will land at North Seattle College on the west side and at 1st Ave NE and NE 100th St, near the Northgate light rail station, on the east side.