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May 26, 2013 at 5:56 PM

Memorial Day: What’s open; what’s closed

Government offices and most bank branches will be closed Monday for the Memorial Day holiday.

King County Metro Transit buses will operate on a Sunday schedule for Memorial Day  and offer shuttle service to the Folklife Festival at the Seattle Center. Shuttles will operate from both the Northgate Transit Center and South Renton Park-and-Ride.

Community Transit buses in Snohomish County will not operate on Memorial Day, and  Sound Transit and Everett Transit buses will operate on Sunday schedules.

Pierce County bus and shuttle services will be on a Sunday schedule.

The Seattle/Bainbridge Island ferry route will be on a holiday (Saturday) schedule on Monday. Other Washington Ferry Service routes are on regular schedules, but travelers should plan for  heavy traffic and long wait times. Some ferry routes will be affected by low tides. Holiday schedules and other information can be found online or by calling 888-808-7977.

All King County and Seattle  libraries will be closed,  there is no school Monday and there will be no mail service.

All King County Solid Waste Division Transfer Stations will be open regular hours on Monday, and there will be regular garbage service.

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