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Travel by bus:
Greyhound has two terminals in Seattle, one in the downtown shopping district at 811 Stewart Street and one at the King Street Amtrak station

Tickets are available at the stations, by phone or online.

Travel by Train:
Amtrak services Seattle with three rail routes:
The terminus for each is Seattle’s historic King Street Station, close to downtown hotels, public transportation, sports arenas, Pioneer Square and the International District. 

I-5 and I-405 run north- south on either side of Lake Washington. I-90 and I-520 cross the lake east- west. And State Route 99 is another major north-south arterial parallel to I-5 between Everett and Fife.


Due to the partial collapse of a four-lane freeway bridge over a river at Mount Vernon, Interstate 5 is closed in both directions south of Burlington and traffic is being diverted. Mount Vernon is about 60 miles north of Seattle and 40 miles south of the Canada Border.
I-5 is closed in both directions in Skagit County south of Burlington. Traffic is being diverted off southbound I-5 at Exit 230. For an alternate route, take eastbound SR 20, then south on S. Burlington Blvd. and west on E. College Way (SR 538) to southbound I-5.

Northbound I-5 traffic must exit at Exit 227. An alternate route is east to E. College Way to northbound Riverside Drive-S. Burlington Boulevard, then west on George Hopper Road to I-5.

To use SR 9 as an alternate northbound route, bypassing Mount Vernon, take Exit 221 at SR 534 east to northbound SR 9 to SR 20 westbound to I-5.

For up to date information, please visit the Washington State Department of Transportation at

Click the links below for maps and traffic reports.

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