Services and support for your rideshare commute.
Metro manages the largest publicly owned and operated commuter van program in the nation, providing vans and everything else required to operate them.
Bridging the gap between you and transit, ferry and Sounder train service with commuter vans just for these commute connections
By sharing expenses with other commuters, car pooling saves money on gas, car care and parking fees.
A program where volunteer drivers use King County Metro commuter vans to share trips with other riders to the nearest Park & Ride.
On-the-fly carpooling that makes use of a mobile application to find designated meeting places to match up drivers with passengers who want to rideshare.
A pilot program being developed by Metro and participating cities to provide their community members with shared rides to local destinations.
A program that serves King County commuters and students who travel to locations not well served by fixed route transit.
RideshareOnline.com is a free online self-serve ridematching service that—in a matter of minutes, day or night—helps you find others who want to carpool or vanpool and have a similar trip.
- Local Calls: 206-625-4500
- Toll Free: 1-800-427-8249
- TTY Relay: 1-800-833-6388
- 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 a.m.to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday); RideshareOnline.com translation service available to ESL customers via a conference by calling 206-625-4500 (available 8 a.m.to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday).