Bike and Scoot

Updated: October 27, 2020

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. Plan your bike or scooter route.

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. To support people enjoying outdoor biking and scooting safely, we're converting some existing, neighborhood greenways (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.

Stay Safe

Remember, when biking on sidewalks and crosswalks, yield to people walking and rolling. Scooting on sidewalks is prohibited. Learn more about bike and scooter share.

Wear a helmet at all times. It’s the law. Make sure drivers see you and be especially careful near trucks and large vehicles. If you’re riding at night use a light and wear reflective clothing.
Wear a helmet at all times. It's the law. Make sure drivers see you; be especially careful large vehicles. If you're riding at night, use a light and wear reflective clothing.

If 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).



Routing Videos

Biking and Transit

Bike & Scooter Share

Additional Resources