Dept. of Transportation
Metro Transit Division

King Street Center
201 S Jackson St
Seattle, WA 98104
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Transportation Resources Index

We all need transportation to help us travel to:

  • hospitals and medical clinics
  • childcare facilties
  • shopping stores
  • work or training
  • visit family and friends
  • and any other destinations that life takes you


There are many public and non-profit transportation agencies and programs that can help you get where you need to go. Click on the transportation category for information about your options.

Transit Agencies
Metro Transit, Dial-a-Ride Transit (DART), Sound Transit, Pierce Transit, Community Transit, Kitsap Transit, Everett Transit, Sounder Commuter Rain, Washington State Ferry System, Sound Transit Link Light Rail

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Rideshare Options
Ridematch Services, Carpool, VanPool, VanShare Connector

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Other Transportation Options
Zipcar, Working Wheels, Job Access Program

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Programs for Senior, Disabled, Low-Income Persons
Regional Reduced Fare Permit, Metro Transit Buses, Metro Access Transportation, Metro Taxi Scrip Program, Hopelink, Senior Services: Information and Assistance, Senior Services: Volunteer Transportation, Senior Services: Senior Shuttles

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Trip Planning Services
Metro online Trip Planner, RideshareOnline.com, Senior Services: RideOptions; FindaRide

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City & Neighborhood Programs
City of Seattle: Way to Go/One Less Car Grant Programs, King County: In-Motion Program, City of Bellevue: OneLessCar, City of Redmond: R-TRIP, I-405 Corridor Travel Options, King County Residential Transportation Coordinators

Residential Transportation Coordinators

Updated: Apr. 4, 2008