With stops throughout Seattle and the Stadium station just two blocks from the ballpark, Link light rail is an affordable and easy-to-use option for getting to T-Mobile Park.
Skip the parking, avoid the traffic - public transportation is a great way to get to any Mariners home game, with a number of options available for getting down to the ballpark.
Ride Link light rail to T-Mobile Park
Great for navigating to T-Mobile Park via public transit, or anywhere in Seattle, here are two tools to help plan your trip down to the ballpark.
- OneBusAway - Available on the web, the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store, this app will show you every Seattle bus stop and where buses are in real time.
- Plan your bus or train trip to and from the ballpark. This trip planner works for all public transportation and you can get real-time arrivals, too.
Public Transportation Map
Serving a wide number of routes, including Link Light Rail, here are the public transportation stops closest to the ballpark.
Link Light Rail
Link light rail serves T-Mobile Park through the Stadium Station from the University of Washington, Capitol Hill, downtown Seattle, Beacon Hill, the Rainier Valley, Tukwila and SeaTac. Parking is available at the Tukwila International Blvd and Angle Lake Stations.
Regular Transit Routes
Take the Sounder trains to King Street Station (just a short walk to T-Mobile Park) on select weekend day games. You can also take Link light rail or ST Express bus service to T-Mobile Park every home game.
- Phone: 800-201-4900
King County Metro
There are a number of regular bus routes that stop within a few blocks of the ballpark. For assistance in finding regular route service, please contact your local transit agency. ORCA cards may be used on regular routes.
- Phone: (206) 553-3000