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There are generally two options when hitchhiking out of Seattle:
[[File:4thand5th.JPG|thumb|200px|right|Southbound I-5 onramp at NE 45th St and 5th Ave NE.]]
* You can take a [ bus, BRT (starting 2010)], [ express bus, light rail or train] out to a suburb (Bus 594 will take you to Lakewood, which is decent when going south. Federal Way is another opportunity. Going north? Everett is good as well) and try to hitchhike from there. [[User:AdventureSauce| AdventureSauce]] got a ride from Federal Way in November 2011 in less than 30 minutes. Great ramp. Good traffic. 5.50$ to get out there on a bus and the light rail. This is the most common way out, since hitchhiking out of big cities is not popular. However, trying to hitchhike out of a low-income or high-crime suburb or city (such as Tacoma or White Center) may be even harder than hitchhiking out of Seattle city-proper.

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