Choose Vanpool to Save Time and Money
Gather five or more people together and share the ride. You provide the drivers and King County Metro will provide a van, maintenance, insurance and gas. As a bonus, King County Metro allows drivers up to 40 miles per month for non-commute trips and will put a bike rack on your van upon request. Rates are based upon length of trip and the number of riders. If your employer provides an Orca Card, you can use it to subsidize your Vanpool fare. For more information, visit the links below.
Where can I find a Vanpool to Join?
- King County Riders Wanted Lists
- Additional Riders Wanted Lists (click on your origin area):
- Seeking to join a Vanpool to Bellevue from Snohomish or Skagit County? Contact a Vanpool Coordinator at Community Transit (Snohomish County) or Skagit Transit (Skagit County).
- RideshareOnline.com (Internet-based ridematching system)
- Additional Ridematch Information from King County Metro; or call 206-625-4500 (TTY 206-684-1855).
- Where can I get information about vanpooling?
- Metro Vanpool Starter Kit
- Need information about the HOV lanes?
- Preferential loading on Washington State Ferries
- King County Park & Rides – Addresses, maps and more for all King County Park & Rides.
- Metro Transit (King County)
- Pierce Transit (Pierce County)
- Community Transit (Snohomish County)
- Kitsap Transit (Kitsap County)
- Island Transit (Island County)
- Skagit Transit (Skagit County)