North Seattle College is easily accessible by bus. Five Metro Transit bus routes directly serve the campus, and the nearby Northgate Transit Center is a major transfer hub for Metro, Community Transit, and Sound Transit routes. North has special bus passes and other incentives to encourage the use of public transit by students and employees.

Metro's Trip Planner can help you find the most convenient route to campus.

Bus Service to Campus

The following King County Metro Transit routes provide direct service to the North campus:

95th in front of OCE&E building

  • Route 40
  • Route 316
  • Route 345
  • Route 346

In addition, the nearby Northgate Transit Center (just east of the campus on the other side of Interstate-5), provides convenient access to many King County Metro, Community Transit and Sound Transit bus routes. From the Northgate Transit Center, you can transfer to Metro routes 26, 40, 316, 345 or 346 to get to campus. You can also walk from the transit center to campus in about 15 minutes via the North 92nd Street bridge over Interstate-5.

Printed schedules for many common Metro routes are available from 3 locations on campus:

  • First floor of the College Center building in the hallway leading to the World Community Events Center
  • Security Office
  • Second floor of the College Center building across from the Cashier's Office

Additional bus route and transit information is available directly from the public transit Web sites: