THE 6TH STREET FAIR

DOWNTOWN BELLEVUE

2014 Schedule

Friday, July 25: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Saturday, July 26: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Sunday, July 27: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

 

Location

NE 6th Street and 106th Avenue NE
Downtown Bellevue

 

 

 

 

 

Transportation & Parking Information

 

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Ready to enjoy the arts and crafts in downtown Bellevue but not looking forward to sitting in traffic? Let Metro or Sound Transit do part of the driving for you. Simply park your car at a nearby park & ride, and then take the bus to a stop near the fair. Or better yet, visit www.soundtransit.org/tripplanner to plan your entire trip using Sound Transit's new regional trip planner.

 

Tips for riding transit to downtown Bellevue:

  • Carry your exact fare in cash: Bus drivers do not have change. You may pay your fare, and the fare for others traveling with you, using any combination of paper and coin currency. Various transit passes, including ORCA, will also be accepted provided they have a value equal to or greater than the required fare.

  • Free fares for children: Up to 4 children ages 5 and under always ride free with a paying adult on Sound Transit and King County Metro buses. On Sundays, up to 4 children ages 18 and under may ride for free on King County Metro routes with an adult paying a $2.25 fare.

  • All buses are wheelchair accessible.

  • Return trip to park and ride: Plan ahead by locating the bay where you will wait to catch a bus back to the park and ride, as well as determining when the last bus leaves to get you there. Schedules will be posted at each bay to assist you.

Suggested Park and Ride Options for Saturday, July 28 and Sunday, July 29:
The information below is specific to Saturday/Sunday operations. If you plan to utilize a park & ride lot on Friday you can expect more frequent service, an increased fare and fewer available parking spaces due to heavy commuter use. All suggested routes serve the Bellevue Transit Center for incoming and outgoing trips. For specific bus schedules and more detailed information, please visit http://metro.kingcounty.gov and enter your preferred route number in the “Get a Timetable” box in the upper right corner. For Sound Transit routes (535, 550 and 560) visit soundtransit.org.

 

Park and Ride

Most Direct Route

Boarding Information

Return pick-up at the Bellevue Transit Center

Fare

Additional route options

South Bellevue
2700 Bellevue Way SE

Sound Transit 550

Bay 1, departs every 15 minutes on Saturdays and every 30 minutes on Sundays

Bay 9

$2.50

241
249
560

Eastgate
14200 SE Eastgate Way

Metro 271

Bay 1, departs every 30 minutes on Saturdays and every hour on Sundays

Bay 5

$2.25

241

South Kirkland
10610 NE 38th Place

Metro 234/235

Bay A, departs every 30 minutes on Saturdays and Sundays

Bay 10

$2.25

249

Kingsgate
13001 116th Way NE

Sound Transit 535

I-405 Totem Lake Freeway Station, departs every hour on Saturdays. Sunday service on Metro route 235 only.

Bay 4

$2.50

235



For more information on alternative transportation options, please visit: ChooseYourWayBellevue.org.

 

If you have any questions or comments, please email events@bellevuedowntown.org or call (425) 453-1223.

Event produced by: Bellevue Downtown Association