Dept. of Transportation
Metro Transit Division

King Street Center
201 S Jackson St
Seattle, WA 98104
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Programs for Senior, Disabled, Low-Income Persons

Click on the transportation option to read about any qualifications or restrictions, a description of that type of transportation, and contact information.

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Regional Reduced Fare Permit
The Regional Reduced Fare Permit (RRFP) allows seniors and people with disabilities to ride Metro buses at a discount.

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Hopelink
Hopelink arranges transportation to and from medical appointments for low income residents on Medicaid assistance.

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Accessible Bus Service
With a Regional Reduced Fare Permit (RRFP), you may ride regular transit bus service at a discount.

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ADA Paratransit Program / Access Transportation
Access transportation is available to persons whose disabilities prevent use of accessible non-commuter, fixed route bus service.

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Metro Taxi Scrip
The Taxi Scrip Program serves low-income, King County residents who have an RRFP. Provides limited service on some taxis at a 50% discount.

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Senior Services: Senior Shuttles
This is a free service for seniors and people registered for ACCESS transportation for travel to local neighborhood destinations using community and nutrition shuttles.

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Senior Services: Volunteer Transportation
Volunteers use their own vehicles to drive seniors, who have no other means of travel, to medical and other essential appointments.

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Senior Services: Information and Assistance
This is a free service for seniors and people registered for ACCESS transportation for travel to local neighborhood destinations using community and nutrition shuttles.

Updated: Aug. 31, 2004