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Community Ride provides flexible connections to local destinations and additional transit options in Black-Diamond-Enumclaw, Normandy Park, Shoreline-Lake Forest Park, Sammamish, Juanita area, and Bothell-Woodinville.

A Community Ride can begin and end anywhere within a designated service area during operating hours. Unlike fixed-route buses and shuttles that operate along a specific route only, Community Ride provides residents neighborhood and transit connections within a local area. Find out more about service areas and hours by selecting your community below!

Download the Community Ride app

Service areas

How it works

Reservations

To reserve a ride, customers can call a dispatch number, request rides online or in some jurisdictions use the Community Ride App.

Pay for your ride

Customers pay a regular Metro fare using ORCA, cash, valid paper transfer, or mobile ticket. Transfers to other Metro services are included with a fare paid on Community Ride.

Questions?

If you have questions about the Community Ride Program call Metro Customer Service at 206-553-3000 or send an email.

About Community Connections

Community Connections outreach is part of Metro’s Mobility Division. Metro is committed to becoming a mobility agency that both provides public transportation and combines new travel options. By becoming a mobility agency, Metro is positioned to fulfill our mission: Provide the best possible public transportation services and improve regional mobility and quality of life in King County. Community Connections outreach contributes to this vision by identifying and implementing new and innovative mobility solutions that complement public transit in King County.


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