SDOT’s Transportation Options program Keeps You Moving

SDOT’s Transportation Options program provides a variety of services to help residents, employers, building managers, and developers access tools and resources for getting around Seattle. Our programs include:

  • The Way to Go Program provides resources and information to residents and visitors on Seattle’s transportation options.
  • The NavSeattle Program is for residential building managers and developers. The program connects Seattle’s growing multifamily residential sector to resources for promoting a building’s transportation amenities.
  • The Commute Trip Reduction Program (CTR) supoorts employers in promoting transportation options to reduce congestion and air pollution.
  • The Transportation Management Program (TMP) assists owners and managers of large buildings in developing and evaluating building-wide transportation programs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SDOT is here to help you get around Seattle:

Metro Transit – King County’s Transit Agency

Sound Transit – Connecting King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties.

Community Transit – Snohomish County’s Transit Agency

Pierce Transit – Pierce County’s Transit Agency

Seattle Interactive Bicycle Map

Traveler’s Information Map

City of Seattle Traffic Cameras

CityTrip – Helping you navigate the byways, highways and waterways in Seattle

Seattle has a lot of options to get around – walking, biking, transit, driving and car and ridesharing. Check out some of the tools available and find out how to get where you’re going! For easy transit, walking, bicycling, and driving directions visit Google Maps.

Find out before you go; This map shows up-to-date traffic information: http://web6.seattle.gov/travelers/