A guide to getting around Seattle.
Reducing congestion and greenhouse gas emissions is crucial to getting people and goods moving, while keeping our communities livable. Whether by walking, biking, scooting, riding transit, vanpooling, or staying local – we all have options to make a difference. This online guide provides tools and resources to make it easy and Sal the SpokeSalmon makes it fun!
Commuter Spotlight Video
Sean, getting downtown from West Seattle.
Start riding today! Get an ORCA Card or the Transit Go Ticket App.
Plan Your Trip
Track your bus or ferry’s arrival time with these tools.
Explore nearby transit options for older adults and people with disabilities.
A short slide deck about using transit in Seattle.
Bike & Scoot
Bike & Scooter Share
Check out local bike and scooter share programs and sign up for discounted fares.
Plan Your Route
Find the best bike route to get you where you need to go. Your Route.
Bike & Scoot Resources
A short slide deck about getting around by bike, plus other resources.
Walk & Roll
Sal hanging out with the Skate Like a Girl team.
Stay Healthy Streets
Walk and roll safely on converted neighborhood greenways.
Plan Your Route
Find the most pedestrian-friendly route with these tools.
Start or Find a Vanpool
Looking for a ride, want to start a vanpool, or want more info on how to reimburse employees using a vanpool?
Short slide deck about vanpools and vanshares in Seattle
Find groceries, medical facilities, cultural destination, schools, transit stops, and leisure spots within 15-20 minutes of your location using the 15-Minute City Map.
Local Events & Activities
Find events, activities, and dining options by neighborhood with EverOut Seattle.
Do your part to reduce car-related injuries and deaths.
Maps & Resources
Check traffic conditions before you leave with real-time street camera maps and more.
Go car-lite and use Seattle’s car share options when you need to drive!