There are many ways to get to Pioneer Square. Just a few minutes from SODO, the Stadiums, Chinatown-International District, Seattle Waterfront and Downtown Core, the neighborhood is served by more modes of transportation than anywhere else in the city. You can get to Pioneer Square by car, public transit and alternative modes of transportation such as rideshare, and bike/scooter share services. For an overview of all transportation options, view the map below. Keep scrolling on this page to see more info on your preferred mode of transportation.
If transit isn’t in the cards for you, where do you park your car? Check out mobile-friendly DowntownSeattleParking.com for parking locations throughout the neighborhood. Many of these parking garages have rates comparable or cheaper than on-street parking. Don’t know which parking garage to pick? Try the First & Columbia Garage to the north of the district, Stadium Place Garage to the south, or Butler Garage to the east. All range from $3-$4.50 an hour to park for up to 4 hours, and you’ll be coming through one of the gateways to the neighborhood. All of these garages feature ePark, a system that tells you if there is space before you even get into the garage!
Pioneer Square is at the nexus of several transit options and is the one of the most walkable neighborhood in Seattle as reported by Walk Score. Stations, tunnels, terminals and stops act as gateways to the Square and are embedded throughout the neighborhood connecting you anywhere you need to go. It is our goal to make walking, biking, and riding transit your top travel choices. Navigate your way to this historic neighborhood via bus, train, light rail, streetcar, water Taxi or Ferry.
Some of the perks of being part of major city is we attract private companies to help with our efforts of reducing our transit carbon footprint. Pioneer Square has carsharing, bikesharing and ridesharing options available.
Pioneer Square is a relatively flat neighborhood and is connected to several protected and unprotected bike lanes making cycling to and from the district easy. Bike parking racks can be found on every street within the district.
Looking to stay overnight? Check in to one of our hotels found or See what unique spaces are popping up on the community marketplace and experience the neighborhood like a local.
Once You Get Here
Whether you drive yourself or choose another option for travel, the neighborhood is waiting for you to re-discover its storied streets. Search our calendar to find weekly events and scout your foodie destinations and be a part of the history of Seattle.
Neighborhood Public Restrooms
800 Occidental Avenue South
Restrooms located in NE corner of Muckleshoot Plaza. Hours are dusk to dawn.
801 Alaskan Way Pier 52
King Street Station
303 South Jackson St
Daily 6 AM - 11 PM
Klondike Gold Rush NHP
319 Second Ave South
Fri-Sun 11 AM - 5 PM
401 South Jackson St.
Please note, customers may use restrooms in most retail stores if they make a purchase.