Step 2: Take the survey
Free timed tickets are available for access to the tunnel and/or viaduct on Saturday, February 2. There will be a dedicated line for limited ticket holders. If it takes you longer than expected to explore part of the event and you arrive after your specified time, you will still be granted access. Complete the survey below to determine which tickets you need and our recommendations for how to plan your itinerary.
We are sold out of all Viaduct tickets, and are close to selling out of Tunnel tickets. However, there will be walk-up lines for access to the viaduct at the Seneca Street ramp and through the Battery Street tunnel as well as for access to the tunnel. We believe the best arrival window for un-ticketed guests will be between 1:30 and 5:30 p.m. We plan to accommodate as many un-ticketed guests as possible, however, we are not able to guarantee access if the wait extends past the 6:30 p.m. end time.
If you are interested in viewing the tunnel, you can still obtain tickets for tunnel access here:
Don't forget to register separately for the run/walk
Your recommended journey
Accommodation requests for people with disabilities can be made by contacting the WSDOT Diversity/ADA Affairs team at email@example.com or by calling toll-free, 855-362-4ADA (4232). Persons who are deaf or hard of hearing may make a request by calling the Washington State Relay at 711.
Don't get stuck
Shuttles only run from the South Hub to the North Hub, so if you do not plan to walk the 2 mile length of the tunnel, you should park at the North Hub, or plan to walk, bike, or take transit back to your vehicle.
Step 3: Get your free tickets
Obtain your free tickets through Eventbrite.
- Tunnel only
- Viaduct only - sold out
- Tunnel and viaduct - sold out
- Viaduct and tunnel - sold out
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