Metro Transit, Sound Transit, Pierce Transit, Community Transit and several private bus lines all provide service in the Puget Sound region.
Travel by rail in Metro Seattle via Sound Transit, Monorail, Seattle Streetcar, Amtrak and more.
Whether for transportation, recreation or exercise, Seattle offers a range of pedestrian resources and options.
Within the City of Seattle and the region, cyclists will find trails, projects, safety programs and resources.
Washington State Ferries, King County Water Taxis, and several private ferry and cruise lines operate in Puget Sound.
Find information about Port of Seattle, including international airports, seaplanes, and cruise ships.
Plan your trip, get a schedule, calculate the cost, and get a pass.
Find online resource for commuting to downtown Seattle.
The Walk Bike Ride Challenge is a great way to increase your walking, biking and riding. We’ll give you information and encouragement to help you reduce your car trips and create new travel habits.
Way to Go, Seattle!
is your source for programs, tools, and information about walking, biking, using transit, and carpooling.
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is working to make walking, biking, and riding transit the easiest ways to get around in Seattle.
is your resource for commuting options in the Northwest. This regional project is managed by Washington State Department of Transportation and is currently available in Washington and Idaho.
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