Bike and Scoot

Updated: January 12, 2021

This web page is a starting point to help you move around your neighborhood and across the Duwamish. Please check back soon for additional resources.


To support people enjoying outdoor biking and scooting safely, we're converting some existing, neighborhood greenways in West Seattle (calm residential streets) into Stay Healthy Streets. Stay Healthy Streets are closed to through traffic - but not residents or deliveries - 24 hours a day, seven days a week until otherwise noted by the City of Seattle.

Remember, when biking on sidewalks and crosswalks, yield to people walking and rolling. Scooting on sidewalks is prohibited; learn more about bike and scooter shareIf you notice something on your route that makes it difficult to get around, call 684-ROAD (7623) or report online or through the Find It Fix It App (Google Play Store | iPhoneApp Store).

Free Scooter Rides for Essential Workers

Scooter share is a great way to get across the Low Bridge (Spokane St Bridge), and can support your 1st mile/last mile connection to transit. In support of the life-saving work of front line responders during COVID-19, as well as the critical work being done by all essential workers in Seattle, the following companies are providing free access to scooter share:

  • LINK scooters is providing free e-scooter rides to those working in healthcare, education, public transit, custodial services, or food services across the city. Get started by filling out this enrollment form, or send an email for support.

  • Lime is providing free 30-minute rides for public-health personnel and law enforcement officers. Get started by filling out this enrollment form.

Traveling by bike or scooter reduces greenhouse gas emissions, improves health, and is fun. These resources help you plan your trip to, from, and around the West Seattle and the Duwamish Valley.

Maps

Routes

Routing Videos

Biking and Transit

Additional Resources