Transportation

Our goal is to be the leader for responsible, efficient, multi-modal transportation choices.

No matter how you choose to get the arena we’ll be offsetting 100% of our guests, teams, and artists transportation emissions delivering on our goal of becoming the world’s first carbon neutral arena.

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Climate Pledge Arena

334 1st Ave. N. Seattle, WA 98109

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COVID-19 PREPARATIONS

As we prepare to open our doors, we are focused on the safety and health of our guests. We are committed to making sure the arena is ready for you to come and enjoy the very best in sports and entertainment.


Putting Our Resources to Work

  • $7 million dollars in capital upgrades to the Seattle Center Monorail.
  • $350,000 in local transportation investment to King County Metro
  • $ 1 Million annually to City of Seattle for additional transportation improvements

Seattle Center Monorail

The Seattle Center Monorail is a key link within our transportation plan. A 90-second ride gets you direct access to Westlake Center and Seattle Center, giving you easy access to public transportation connections and both paid and public parking. Plus, it’s fun!

Seattle Center Monorail

Public Transportation

Public transportation can get you to and from the arena efficiently!

Light Rail opens to Northgate in 2021, with expansions to Redmond, Federal Way, and Lynnwood coming in 2024. You can ride light rail and transfer to the monorail to access the arena much faster than driving.

Plan Your Ride
 Parking

Parking

3 Parking Garages are located on Seattle Center Campus.

Climate Pledge Arena will have parking partnerships that will ensure our fans can quickly and affordably access our events. Our parking plan will allow fans to choose from lots near the arena and in surrounding neighborhoods.

We’ve doubled the number of electric vehicle charging stations in our arena garage and will ensure that electric vehicle charging stations will be available at most of the arena’s partner parking garages.

 Biking

Biking

Close in proximity to the protected bike lanes on Mercer St, 2nd Ave, and the planned protected bike lanes on 1st Ave and Queen Anne. For most major events we’ll have a bike valet for convenient and safe bike storage and we’re also providing short-term secure bike parking in several locations.

Airport Guide

Located 15 miles south of Seattle Center and the Arena, Sea-Tac is a convenient lightrail ride from the Airport Station to the Westlake Station and then a quick transfer on to the Monorail. If traveling by car, via I-5 plan for approximately 30 minutes travel time without major traffic delays.

Sea-Tac International Airport