Between the Monorail, Ride the Ducks, Central Link light rail, The S.L.U.T., King County Metro and many others, we've got quite a few modes of transportation around Seattle. Looks like you can add one more now that the Emerald City Trolley company will begin service on May 17.
Likely a transport preferred by tourists, the trolley line will feature three lines that take you to and from some of Seattle's biggest attractions and notable spots.
The Green Route will make stops at Seattle Center, Pier 66, the Seattle Aquarium, Big Wheel Tillicum Village, Pioneer Square, Pike Place and Westlake.
The Blue North Route will go to EMP, downtown Ballard, Ballard Locks, Woodland Park Zoo, Fremont and Kenmore Air in Westlake.
The Red Route will run from EMP to 2nd & Pike, Museum of Flight and then back to EMP.
Per PSBJ, tickets cost $45 (which seems like a lot, no?) and the service will run between May and September. You can find out more at their website. No word on whether or not they'll play terrible music at an obnoxiously-loud level, but, we can all dream...
· New hop-on, hop-off trolley starting in Seattle [PSBJ]