Getting HereEasily accessible by interstate, air, or rail, Renton, Washington offers unique advantages for those looking to reach the rest of the state and the region in just a turn. Just a couple minutes from deep sea ports via Interstate 5, to aerospace via 405, to mountains with hiking and skiing via I-90, getting products (and people) in and out of Renton is fast and convenient.
The Renton Municipal Airport (Clayton Scott Field, 616 Perimeter Rd. W) is the busiest international seaplane base in the country.
The land-based air strip serves as a general aviation and FAA-designated reliever airport, providing regional airport services for business and recreational flyers.
SeaTac International Airport is less than 10 miles from Renton, and the Renton Transit Center gives commuters access to bus service throughout the region via King County Metro and Sound Transit. Rail travelers have options to connect to Renton through Amtrak Travel or the Sounder Train.
We look forward to seeing you soon in Renton, Washington!