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Sharing the ride to work, school and for community trips is a smart and efficient transportation choice. We have programs, products and tools to keep you moving.

Our programs

Vanpool
Your one-seat ride to work and back—your monthly fare pays for the van, fuel, maintenance, insurance—everything you need for a smooth commute.
Vanshare
Your first/last mile solution to getting to and from transit—and for getting the last mile or so to your worksite or school destination from your transit stop.
Carpool
Sharing the ride to work or school also means sharing the expenses with other commuters. Carpooling saves money on gas, car care and parking—plus you can share the driving responsibilities.
SchoolPool
A program that serves King County commuters and students who travel to locations not well served by fixed route transit.
TripPool
A program where volunteer drivers use King County Metro commuter vans to share trips with other riders to the nearest Park & Ride.
Community Van
A pilot program being developed by Metro and participating cities to provide their community members with shared rides to local destinations.
Real-Time Rideshare
Share the ride on-the-fly! This concept makes use of a mobile application to match up drivers with passengers who want to rideshare.

It's easy to find your ridematch

RideshareOnline.com is a free online self-serve ridematching tool that can help you find a vanpool or carpool with a similar commute. Sign up for an account and create a ridematch today!

Connect with Rideshare

Local Calls: 206-625-4500
Toll Free: 1-800-427-8249
WA Relay: 711
Fax: 206-684-2166

Mailing Address:
Rideshare Operations
KSC-TR-0812
201 S Jackson St
Seattle, WA 98104-0770


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