King County Mobility Coalition

Overview

The Coalition facilitates the coordination of King County special needs transportation to better serve the community.

Members include special needs transportation service providers, clients and funders, from both the governmental, non-profit, and for-profit sectors from rural and urban areas throughout King County.

The Coalition brings together individuals and organizations to share information; assess the needs of the local community and current transportation network; provide recommendations to improve the system; and educate decision-makers, community groups, and the general public.

Community Travel Videos (English)

Community Travel Videos (Amharic)

Community Travel Videos (Arabic)

Community Travel Videos (Burmese)

Community Travel Videos (Cantonese)

Community Travel Videos (Korean)

Community Travel Videos (Mandarin)

Community Travel Videos (Nepali)

Community Travel Videos (Russian)

Community Travel Videos (Somali)

Community Travel Videos (Spanish)

Community Travel Videos (Tigrinya)

Community Travel Videos (Vietnamese)

Life in Motion

The King County Mobility Coalition has a project to raise awareness about transportation options in King County and encourage people to get out and about. Watch the video series below or download the book.

Photo of two senior citizens on a bus

Our Vision

Our vision is a coordinated transportation network that allows all people to move freely around King County and the Puget Sound region. We improve mobility for people with limited transportation options due to age, income, disability, limited English proficiency, or other limiting factor.

Download the King County Accessible Travel Map

King County Accessible Travel Map

Developed in partnership with King County Metro and the King County Mobility Coalition’s community partners, the King County Accessible Travel Map is a resource for older adults, people with disabilities, caregivers, and support staff to showcase the transportation options available in King County. Over 30 transportation services and resources are highlighted, including transit, community based shuttles, medical transportation, volunteer driver programs, taxis, fare payments, and much more! To request a copy of the brochure, please e-mail mobility@hopelink.org.