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Washington's Olympic Peninsula

Transit Connections around the Olympic Peninsula clockwise from Olympia


    $3 maximum fare, transfers given, bicycles carried

Route 40 from Olympia to Aberdeen/Hoquiam
    runs 7 days a week

Route 60 from Aberdeen to Quinault
    runs 7 days a week
    if transferring from Route 40, it is advisable to notify driver to ensure connection

Route 50 from Aberdeen to Ocean Shores
    runs 7 days a week


    $.50 fare, Monday-Saturday, bicycles carried

    $.75 fare plus $.25 per additional zone, or $2 all day pass

Route 15 from Forks to La Push
    Monday-Friday

Route 16 from Forks to Neah Bay
    Monday-Saturday

Route 14 from Forks to Port Angeles
    Monday-Saturday

Route 30 - Hwy 101 Commuter from Port Angeles to Sequim
    Monday-Saturday

Route 10 from Port Angeles to Joyce
    Monday-Saturday

Black Ball Ferry Line to Victoria, BC
    One way walk-on passenger fare $14.50, bicycle charge $5.50
    Service schedule varies depending on season
    90 minute trip across Straight of Juan de Fuca

    Adult base fare $1.50, plus $1 charge when boarding out of county

Route #8 from Sequim to Port Townsend
    Monday-Saturday

Route #1 from Port Townsend to Brinnon
    Monday-Saturday

Route #7 from Port Townsend to Poulsbo 
    Monday-Saturday
    (for connections to Seattle: Kitsap Transit #90 to Bainbridge Ferry)

    no charge for travel within Mason County, $1.50 fare for trips to Olympia or Brinnon

Route 8 from Brinnon to Shelton
    Monday-Friday

Route 6 from Shelton to Olympia
    Monday-Friday

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