Community Van is a new rideshare pilot program brought to you by King County and participating communities to provide a new way to share the ride. This is the latest in a series of unique Community Connections Metro is piloting in communities throughout King County. These services are designated to provide residents with customized options for getting around when bus service can’t meet their needs.
How it works
Community Transportation Coordinators (CTC) help plan Community Van trips and support other local transportation needs. Contact the CTC in your community today to find out how to suggest trips and how to become a volunteer driver.
- Duvall – Email Brittany Krein & Kris VanDyke or call 425-943-6760. Find out more from Hopelink.
- Bothell/Woodinville – Email Kristi Dreessen or call 425-352-5129
- Vashon – Email Janet Welt or call 206-773-7003. Find out more from the Vashon Island Chamber of Commerce.
Visit Community Connections for additional information and other pilots.
We are recruiting volunteer drivers
Support your neighbors, your community and help the environment by becoming a Community Van volunteer driver. You can choose which trips you drive and how many times you drive a week.
How to become an approved Community Van volunteer driver:
Start driving for your community:
After receiving and reviewing your application, Metro and your Community Transportation Coordinator will contact you to help you get started and on the road sharing community trips.
Got a great idea for a shared trip in your community? Tell us about it!
- Local Calls: 206-625-4500
- Toll Free: 1-800-427-8249
- TTY Relay: 711
- Fax: 206-684-2166
201 S Jackson St
Seattle, WA 98104-0770
Accessible commuter vans are available to groups upon request; TTY users, please dial your relay service at 7-1-1 to get in touch with rideshare staff (available 8 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday); RideshareOnline.com translation service available to ESL customers via a conference by calling 206-625-4500 (available 8 AM to 5 AM, Monday through Friday).