King County Metro will help you get where you want to go on the Fourth of July. (Credit: King County)

The Fourth of July holiday is coming up and Puget Sound transit agencies are planning a mix of service plans on the weekday holiday. Here’s a roundup of service around the Sound:

AgencyService Plan
Sound TransitMixed service operation, including: Sunday service on the Link 1 Line with extended 15-minute service in the evening with the last northbound train departing from Angle Lake Station at 1:41am and southbound train departing from Northgate at 1:42am; Sunday service on ST Express bus routes and Link T Line; and no service on Sounder S and N Lines.
King County Metro*Sunday service with some extra trips and extended services: Trailhead Direct will operate; there will be extra trips on some routes for Gas Works Park and Lake Union fireworks, but expect reroutes and delays; the South Lake Union Streetcar will operate later with the last trip leaving southbound from the Fairview/Campus Drive station at 11:15pm; and Via to Transit will run until 1:00am on Tuesday, July 5th.
Community TransitSunday service.
Pierce TransitSunday service.
Kitsap TransitNo service.
Intercity TransitWeekday service.
Everett TransitNo service, except a free shuttle between Everett Community College and Legion Memorial Park from 3:00pm until late.
Whatcom Transit AuthorityNo service.
Skagit TransitNo service.
Island TransitNo service.
Mason TransitNo service.
Seattle MonorailReduced weekday service from 8:30am to 9:30pm.
*Includes King County Water Taxi, Seattle Streetcar, and other Metro-operated services

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