Transportation solutions to get you to your destination including taxis, limos, town cars, coaches and door-to-door shuttle service.
Driving yourself or renting a vehicle- here is some information regarding parking.
Tacoma Parking: Follow the link for information on off-street parking facilities and on-street parking in Downtown Tacoma. If you plan on utilizing on-street parking there are pay stations located throughout downtown. Pay stations accept VISA/MasterCard and/or coins (no cash). Attractions such as museums and the Foss Waterway provide parking accommodations as well.
Tacoma Dome Event Parking: The Tacoma Dome offers parking for events for a fee of $10.00- $25.00 per parking space depending on the event. These lots accept cash only and are wheelchair accessible.
June 2, 2017 - September 3, 2017 the Downtown to Defiance trolley will be in operation Friday - Sunday 10:30am - 8:30pm. Use this trolley to get from downtown Tacoma down to the waterfront, Pt. Ruston or Pt. Defiance. The fair is only $1 for adults and youth; $.50 for senior/disabled with a Regional Reduced Fare Permit.
June 2, 2017 - September 5, 2017 the Gig Harbor Trolley will be in service. Adults and youth are $.50/ride or $1.00 for an all day pass. Enjoy the beautiful city of Gig Harbor without the hassle of driving this summer.
The Sounder train makes stops throughout Pierce County including Lakewood, Tacoma, Downtown Puyallup, and Sumner. Free parking for transit customers.
Getting from SEATAC to Tacoma is easy using public transportation. Sound Transit bus 574 runs regularly directly from the airport to Tacoma Dome Station in Tacoma.
Getting to and from Seattle is a short trip on the Sound Transit bus 594