Finding Your Stop Number

In order to use the phone and text-messaging interfaces, you are often asked to enter your stop number.  But how do you find your stop number?  It depends on which transit agency you are using:

King County Metro

Your stop number for King County Metro stops can potentially be in a couple of different places.

It can be included directly on the stop sign at newer stops.

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If your stop has a bus shelter, it is painted in the upper left corner.

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Finally, it is also included in a tricky to find spot on the printed schedule for each stop.

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If all these fail, the phone interface includes an option for looking up your stop number based on your route.

Pierce Transit

Pierce Transit stop signs often include the stop number.

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Sound Transit

Since Sound Transit service extends over multiple counties, use the rules for each county above when attempting to find your stop number.