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SDOT works with other agencies and groups in the region to help keep people and goods moving. We share the same interests, and we can’t do it alone, so cooperation is the key.

The Downtown Transportation Alliance is a partnership between The Downtown Seattle Association (downtown’s chamber of commerce), King County METRO Transit, and the City of Seattle. All three organizations share the vision of a downtown which is a vibrant, livable regional center which accommodates growth and efficiently moves people. To ensure the Seattle’s Center City is accessible, attractive and competitive, the DTA set the goal of a six (6) percentage point increase in non-single driver mode choices by 2015.


Commute Seattle

As an initiative of the DTA, Commute Seattle develops innovative transportation access options for Downtown employers, workers and visitors. Commute Seattle provides a one-stop shop for transportation resources downtown. Customers can buy bus passes, explore their transportation options and find out about downtown construction projects.


Drive Less Partnerships

SDOT’s Way to Go, Seattle! program provides education and incentive programs to encourage people to drive less. Other entities such as King County METRO and area business groups (e.g. Transportation Management Associations) also have programs to reduce driving. Each drive less program has a specific focus and purpose, and SDOT cooperates with its partners to cross promote these efforts so that customers receive a coordinated message about driving less.


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