Activities & Resources
Waterfront Streetcar050in Seattle, WA
about Waterfront Streetcar:
The Waterfront Streetcar, also known as Metro Route 99, offers convenient trolley access to some of Seattle's best waterfront and downtown attractions. Most of its route runs along the waterfront's Alaskan Way.
The beautifully maintained 1927 Australian streetcars run about every 20 minutes, accommodate up to 92 passengers, and are fully accessible. Riders who pay cash receive a transfer for up to 90 minutes of sightseeing. Valid Metro passes and transfers may also be used for payment. Drivers do not make change.
Riders can hop between the International District, Pioneer Square, Washington State Ferry Terminal, Pike Place Market, Seattle Aquarium and Odyssey Maritime Museum, and Myrtle Edwards Park. At the International District station, riders can access a bus tunnel station to downtown or out of the city.