In 2014, Seattle voters approved Proposition 1 to fund the purchase of increased Metro service and additional transit programs for Seattle residents. This voter-approved funding measure includes a $60 vehicle license fee and 0.1% sales tax increase to generate over $50 million (in 2017) to improve transit availability and access for six years (2015-2020).

Seattle Transportation Benefit District Year 4 Annual Report

The Seattle Transportation Benefit District’s Year 4 Annual Report is now available. Learn more about how we are improving transit service throughout the City of Seattle and providing more transportation options for all Seattle residents.

ORCA Opportunity Program

The City of Seattle fund ORCA cards for middle and high school students at Seattle Public Schools, Seattle Promise Scholars, and SHA residents at specific locations.

Annual Reports

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$20 Car Tab Rebate

This program is available to Seattle's households at or below 70% of the median State household income, who have cars registered in the City of Seattle, and have a car tab renewal date of June 1, 2015 or later.