East King County
Whether you’re in Redmond, Kirkland, Bellevue, Issaquah or somewhere in between, Just One Trip is here to help you stay informed and find ways to get around. Find out more about the upcoming projects and travel resources in your area below!
King County Metro is expanding the permit parking program at select park & rides. Three options make it easy to pick the permit that’s right for you.
Travelers can apply for free carpool and paid solo driver parking permits at some of King County’s busiest park & rides. Learn more about free and paid permit options, including discounted permit options for income-eligible riders.Read More
King County Metro has commute trip planners and resources available to help you find new bus routes, parking options, or carpool and vanpool opportunities.
Receive a customized trip plan with transit and/or alternative trip planning suggestions from the Just One Trip team! Simply fill out the commute inquiry form here, or call King County Customer Service for assistance at 206-553-3000.Read More
Sharing the ride to work, school and for community trips is a smart and efficient transportation choice. King County Metro has the programs, products, and tools to keep you moving.
Whether you carpool or vanpool, you can save time, utilize HOV lanes, and best of all, keep money in your wallet. Find out the information you need to share the ride.Read More
Choose Your Way Bellevue (CYWB) provides information and encouragement for drive-alone alternatives for Bellevue workers, residents, and worksites.
Find a carpool or vanpool partner with the “Ride Match” tab in your CYWB (RideshareOnline.com) account. Submit your commute story for a chance to be chosen as the Commuter of the Month. Log your non-drive-alone travel each month in your CYWB Rewards Calendar to be eligible for local and regional rewards. For businesses, additional resources, financial support, starter ORCA cards and guidance on how to start or enhance a commute program are also available.Read More
Log trips to earn rewards! Kirkland Green Trip (KGT) offers rewards to Kirkland workers and residents for reducing their drive-alone trips and trying alternative modes of travel.
Log at least eight days of non-drive-alone travel in your Kirkland Green Trip calendar and you could be eligible for one of 25 $25 REI rewards each month. Submit your commute story through your KGT account and you could be featured as the Green Commuter of the Month and earn a $50 REI reward.Read More
Log trips to earn rewards! If you live or work in Redmond, you can earn a number of incentives from Go Redmond like vanpool fare subsidies, a free monthly ORCA card, and your choice of rewards in our monthly drawings.
Search for a carpool or vanpool using our Go Redmond ridematching feature, which gives you results based on your home location and work time. Get tips on biking – like how to mount your bike on the bus and ride safely with traffic – and stay involved with adult cycling classes and our annual Bike Bash on Bike to Work Day in May. And for commuters, check out the new Redmond Transportation Champions program.Read More
Find a Ridematch and start tracking your stats! Salmon Friendly Trips is Issaquah residents’ portal to regional ridematching and incentives.
Find a carpool or vanpool partner with the “Ride Match” tab in your Salmon Friendly Trips (RideshareOnline.com) account. Log your trips to earn local and regional rewards and watch your savings stack up!Read More
Stay informed on Sound Transit projects that will impact the way you travel.
Sound Transit services include the Link light rail, Sounder train, and Sound Transit Express buses. Enjoy the ride on all three by staying up-to-date on service alerts, system expansion phases, and available parking options.Read More
Expanded transit service will improve mobility on the Eastside and strengthen connections to important destinations.
King County Metro’s March 2020 service change will feature updated transit services across King County with major restructures and improved mobility introduced on the Eastside. Get ready and check out King County Metro’s Quick Start Guide and Sound Transit’s page to see what’s changing.Read More