While it is hardly a huge bustling city, Sequim and the surrounding area are connected to the outside world through transit services. They may not be frequent but at least they exist and allow people without a vehicle to visit the city and surrounding area.
However, services are quite limited and there are a number of places that, if you decide to arrive by transit, will require that you walk along dangerous narrow roads with no real space to walk and drivers that seem to think that pedestrians come from another planet because they don't see anyone walking on the roads very often.
Sequim has a small transit center right next to the city hall, at 190 W Cedar Street and consists of two bus shelters - one on each side of the street.
The transit center features regional schedules and maps for the routes serving the area.
The two bus routes that serve Sequim are route 30: Port Angeles to Sequim, operating weekdays and Saturdays only (no Holidays). The first bus leaving Sequim is at 6:10 in the morning on weekdays and 8:05 on Saturdays. Saturday service is approximately hourly until 7:45, while weekdays are somewhat more frequent to 9:30 at night.
Bus route 40 operates occasional weekday service that makes two loops around various areas around Sequim but is mostly just from one end of town to the other.
The Sequim Transit Center also has service several times a day from Jefferson Transit route #8 from the Park and Ride lot at the south end of Port Townsend. This service only operates twice per day on Saturdays and never on Sundays and Holidays.
Dungeness Bus Lines / Olympic Bus Lines also operates a SeaTac Airport - Edmonds - Kingston - Sequim - Port Angeles route twice per day. It is a commercial service rather than public transit bus, and is therefore faster but more expensive. It can be booked through the Amtrak web site or directly on their web site.
So this is more of a very funny sign than an actual tip. This one of a kind sign (it's really there) is on the way out to the Dungeness Spit. I must in response to Wonka's dedication to me on the waterfall page dedicate this tip to vt'ers willy_wonka and arasnosliw. This one's for you girls.
From Seattle take the Seattle/Bainbridge Island Ferry. From Bainbridge, follow Highway 305 to Highway 3 in Poulsbo. Take Highway 3 to State Highway 104 crossing the Hood Canal Bridge. Continue on Highway 104 to U S Highway 101. Take Highway 101 west for 21 miles to Sequim. Take the Washington St., Sequim Ave. or River Rd. exits to take you into Sequim.
From Tacoma go west over the Tacoma Narrows Bridge on Highway 16 to Bremerton. In Bremerton, connect with Highway 3 to State Highway 104 crossing the Hood Canal Bridge. Continue on Highway 104 to U S Highway 101. Take Highway 101 west for 21 miles to Sequim. Take the Washington St., Sequim Ave. or River Rd. exits to take you into Sequim.
From Olympia go north on US Highway 101 to Sequim. Take the Washington St., Sequim Ave. or River Rd. exits to take you into Sequim.
Coming from the west follow U S Highway 101 to the Sequim. Take the River Road or Sequim Ave. exits to take you into Sequim.