Transportation

By Land
Located 25 miles north of Seattle on I-5, the city of Everett is ideally situated to enjoy all of the accessibility and amenities of the Emerald City without the congestion associated with larger metropolitan areas.

Everett Station, a state-of-the-art multi-modal transportation center near downtown, offers local, cross-country and express bus and passenger train services.

Bus Services
Passenger Train Services

By Sea
The city of Everett’s central waterfront location makes it easy to navigate the area by sea. It’s the perfect gateway to the San Juan Islands and an ideal stop on the way through Puget Sound to Seattle or Vancouver.

As the largest public marina on the West Coast, the Port of Everett Marina serves the private boating community with:
 

  • More than 2,300 slips
  • Comprehensive security
  • Attentive maintenance staff
  • Short waitlist
From the 10th Street Boat Launch and Marine Park, the city provides free seasonal ferry service to Jetty Island, a popular saltwater beach and recreation area. The Washington State Ferry System operates from nearby Mukilteo, Edmonds and Seattle.

By Air
Snohomish County Airport
Everett transportation also includes Snohomish County Airport at Paine Field, which has the capacity for a large range of general aviation aircraft sizes and types.

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is about 30 miles from the city of Everett at the intersections of Washington State Routes 518 and 99 (less than 2 miles from Interstate 5). A hub for Alaska Airlines and an international gateway for Northwest Airlines, Sea-Tac Airport is the 17th busiest airport in the U.S. In 2009, it assisted more than 31 million passengers traveling to destinations throughout North America, Europe and East Asia.