Go SEA Mobility Fair

Go SEA! Mobility Fair


As part of the Seattle Department of Transportation's (SDOT) new Transportation Equity Program, we're working with strategic partners to expand opportunities for income eligible community members to learn about and enroll in affordable transportation options.

Through our Go SEA! Mobility Fairs, we'll bring fun and informative affordable transportation resources, demonstrations and enrollment opportunities to local community members in partnership with local community-based organizations and transportation service providers and advocacy groups.

Upcoming Event Details

SDOT will be participating in an Earth Day event hosted by the Seattle Housing Authority. We’ll host a mini-Mobility Fair with partners at this event and show event participants how to get the city around easily and affordably.

Saturday, April 21st
9 am – 4 pm
Seattle Housing Authority – NewHolly Gathering Hall
7054 32nd Ave S

SDOT, Literacy Source and Lake City neighborhood organizations are partnering up to bring local community members an event that's equal parts fun and informative. At the Go SEA! Mobility Fair we'll show participants how to get around the city easily and affordably.

Saturday, May 12th
10 am – 2 pm
Lake City Community Center
12531 28th Ave NE

To see if you qualify for reduced fares please bring:

  • Photo ID (examples below)
    • Driver's License or State ID
    • Passport
    • School Photo ID
    • Permanent Resident Card
  • Proof of Income (examples below)
    • Last 30 Days of Paycheck Stubs
    • Provider One Card (Medicaid)
    • EBT Card (Basic Food)
    • DSHS Award Letter

Food and drinks provided.

The Go SEA! Mobility Fair is a part of SDOT's Transportation Equity Program, a program designed to provide safe, environmentally sustainable, accessible, and affordable transportation options.  For more information, visit the Transportation Equity webpage.


Interested in having a Go SEA! Mobility Fair in your community? Contact the Transportation Equity Program Manager at naomi.doerner@seattle.gov or call 206-233-7916.