There are plenty of affordable options for those traveling from the Northwest states to the NASP 2013 Annual Convention.
You can take the train straight into the heart of Seattle from surrounding areas on either the Link Light Rail System or the Sounder Train. If you’re traveling from further, check fares on Amtrak. The 303 South Jackson Street station is just a short cab ride away from the convention center.
Seattle boasts a vast network of buses that extends out into many of the surrounding counties. Options for bus travel include:
Metro Transit—service throughout King County.
Sound Transit—a regional service that connects communities in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.
Community Transit—provides service to most of Snohomish county, the University of Washington, Seattle, and the Eastside.
Pierce Transit—service to the cities and towns of Bonney Lake, Buckley, DuPont, Fife, Edgewood, Fircrest, Gig Harbor, Lakewood, Milton, Orting, Puyallup, Ruston, Steilacoom, Sumner, Tacoma, and University Place, along with extensive unincorporated areas of Pierce County.
Those who are traveling from further away can have the classic American traveling experience on a Greyhound Bus. Or consider chartering a Grey Line or Beeline bus with others traveling from your area!
With hundreds of regional flights arriving daily, flying into Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is a quick and affordable option for getting to the convention. You can save hundreds of dollars by making your travel arrangements early. Use sites like Airfarewatchdog.com or Farecompare.com to keep tabs on prices so you’ll be sure to get a deal!
Delta Airlines is offering a special discount for NASP convention attendees traveling to Seattle from cities in the United States. To receive the NASP convention discount, refer to Meeting Code NMECL when making your reservation. NASP convention discounts are not valid for use in conjunction with any other fare discounts.