The Redmond Bike Bash is in a new, more central location this year and there are a number of different ways to reach the party! To help you find us at the beautiful Redmond Central Connector Park, we’ve put together a few maps so no matter where you’re biking from, you can’t miss the Redmond Bash Party on Bike-to-Work Day!
Drivers and carpoolers will soon have the option of using the 405 ‘hot lanes’ between Lynnwood and Bellevue. If you are a carpooler on 405, you can earn the new style Good to Go! Flex Pass transponder by signing up on RideShare Online (a $15 value). You’ll need a Good to Go! Flex Pass even if you already have a Good to Go! window decal or transponder for 167 because there is new technology for these toll lanes.
We are THRILLED to announce that this year’s Bike-to-Work Day after party is happening again! We’re shaking it up and bringing the party to the Redmond Central Connector Trail in downtown Redmond! (Directions to the event are here) Join us for
Congratulations to these smart commuters who won the monthly drawing! If you didn’t win, sign up for March’s incentive which is live now!
How will bus service change when Link light rail comes to Capitol Hill and the UW? Have a say between now and March 31 about potentially impacted routes like the 545. Link light rail is coming to Capitol Hill and Husky Stadium in early 2016
You can see vanpools and vanshares in your area who are looking for new riders this month.
Do you have that fever? That itch to get outside? To see the sun, hear the birds and smell the grass? Well my friend, you have Spring Fever and the only prescription is more green commutes!
Want to stay up to date about the tolling coming to I-405? WSDOT has created a new blog to provide news and information about the project.
These guys kicked the drive alone habit and won $25 from R-TRIP in January! It’s not too late to sign up for February’s promotion here.
Metro spring service change is Feb. 14
New green timetables, upcoming fare changes, adjusted bus schedules and revised customer service hours mark several changes for riders as King County Metro Transit shifts gears into spring service mode on Feb. 14.