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Transportation in Seattle Washington

Seattle Department of Transportation Home Page ...

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) develops, maintains, and operates a transportation system that promotes the mobility of people and goods, and enhances the quality of life, environment, and economy of Seattle. More

Transportation in Seattle - Wikipedia

Transportation in Seattle is largely focused on the automobile like many other cities in western North America; however the city is just old enough for its layout to reflect the age when railways and trolleys predominated. More

Transit - Transportation | seattle.gov

Transit Seattle has a wide variety of transit options, whether you’re looking to travel on land or sea. While the City doesn’t run the buses or light rail trains, we do run the Streetcar System, and we work closely with other agencies to buy bus service, improve reliability, and make sure people can get where they need to go. More

Getting Around Seattle: Guide to Public Transportation

King County Metro is Seattle’s main method of public transportation – Seattle’s vast network of buses. The system crisscrosses downtown Seattle and can take you as far north as Mountlake Terrace and as far south as Federal Way. More

Seattle | Coastal Transportation

Coastal Transportation operates a private frozen seafood handling terminal in Seattle. Located in freshwater by the Ballard Bridge, the terminal is a complete intermodal facility, with rail, long haul and customer vessel offload service available. More

Access Transportation - Accessible Services - King County ...

Access takes you anywhere a Metro bus, Seattle streetcar or Sound Transit light rail goes at that time and on that day of the week. Access customers go grocery shopping, to work and school, to get their hair cut, to check in with their doctor, meet up with friends, or to enjoy a local park. More

Homepage - Transportation Choices Coalition

Transportation Choices Coalition is a statewide policy and advocacy nonprofit dedicated to bringing Washingtonians more and better transportation choices. ... This is the most significant transit expansion ever in Washington State and will transform communities positively for generations to come. ... Seattle, WA 98101. Follow us on social media ... More

Washington State Department of Transportation

The official home page for WSDOT. Take a look at how we keep people, businesses and the economy moving by operating and improving the state's transportation systems. More

Home | Transportation Services

The UW ranks #2 in the nation for sustainable commuting. 39.4% of the UW community come to campus via transit.; 28% walk, 8% bike and 5% use carpool or vanpool. Only 18.9% drive alone to campus. More