A new Storm has arrived Climate Pledge Arena with Jewell Loyd leading the next chapter for the WNBA franchise! If you’re heading to Climate Pledge to root on Loyd, Sami Whitcomb and the rest of the new-look Storm this season, don’t forget to leave your car at home and take Metro to the game. Your Storm ticket is your free ride to Climate Pledge.

One ticket, multiple uses

Ticket holders, both season ticket holders and single-game tickets, can access Transit GO Tickets using the Seattle Kraken app  to ride transit. The passes can be used throughout your entire journey—across buses, light rail, Water Taxi, the Seattle Center Monorail and other transit. Don’t forget, your ticket to ANY public event at Climate Pledge Arena is now a free transit ticket.

Getting to the game is as easy as a lay-up

Here are some reminders for a smooth trip to Climate Pledge Arena this season:

Plan your trip in advance. Visit TripPlanner.kingcounty.gov, or use a third-party app like “One Bus Away” or Google Maps (using transit mode). Another way to find the best routes is by calling Metro Customer Service at 206-553-3000 weekdays, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Press 1 for an interpreter.

If you’re traveling from downtown Seattle to the game, here are some great travel options:

Catch the bus at Third Avenue and Pike Street. Ride either Route 3 or 4 to Fifth Avenue and Broad Street. After the game, you can head downtown for entertainment or other travel connections by boarding Route 3 or 4 at Fifth Avenue and Broad Street. (Outside of MoPOP) and riding to Third Avenue and Pike Street downtown.

Routes 12813, and the RapidRide D Line are also very close to the arena.

The Seattle Center Monorail is another way to move between downtown Seattle and Climate Pledge Arena. Link light rail riders can make an easy transfer to the Seattle Monorail at Westlake Station. Your ORCA card is also good on the Monorail!

To keep things moving, have your payment method ready each time you board. The “little dribblers” 18 and younger ride to the game for free! For the Monorail, youth must have an ORCA card or a ticket to the event to ride for free. Without those, riders 6-18 will need to pay $1.75.

If you’re heading to the Storm game or enjoying a concert or event at Climate Pledge this summer, transit is a great way to get there.