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Redmond Commuter?

Staying Healthy on Transit

King County Metro’s safety guidelines are in place to keep us safe. Here are things you need to know before you go:

  • It is required to wear a mask or face covering at transit stops and on buses
  • Do not travel if you are sick.
  • Maintain at least 6 feet of distance from other passengers and Metro staff.
  • Be aware of service reductions and coach capacity guidelines.
  • Board and exit by the rear door if you are able to.
  • Allow plenty of time for your transit trip.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes.



Metro fares have been reinstated on all buses. All Sound Transit Express bus service – including ST Express bus routes operated by Metro – requires a $3.25 flat fare. Link and Sounder trains are charging full fares.


‘Reduced Schedule’ operation in Redmond

Buses in Redmond are running less often. In September 2020, Metro adjusted service on bus routes in Redmond. The impact to Redmond routes are:

Full Service:

B Line, 224, 930 

Coming less often:

221, 225, 226, 245, 250, 269


216, 219, 232, 249, 268, 931

Learn more about these changes on Metro's website


Is my bus coming?


To identify whether a specific trip is operating or canceled, the following tools are available:

Additional Transportation Options:


Hopelink Medicaid Transportation
continues normal operations to transport riders to medical appointments. COVID-19 positive clients will be served for life sustaining trips only.

Trip reservations can be made at (800) 923-7433.


A ride service for older adults ages 50 and above. In addition to their ride services, they provide food and prescription access. As a safety precaution they have discontinued shared rides.

More information can be found at their website or by calling (855) 464-6872.


RARET Newsletter
Sign up for the Regional Alliance of Reliable and Equitable Transportation (RARET) COVID-19 Weekly  Transportation Newsletter for a general resource list which has food resources, funding opportunities, providers who are able to transport COVID-19 positive patients and more.


Redmond Employer?

Get your Workplace Ready!

Go Redmond grants can help get your worksite ready.

With transit service running less frequently, employees under fiscal strain, teleworking becoming a norm, and a boom of interest in biking, making investments now is critical to help retain and support your staff.

You can apply for up to 2 - $5,000 grants per year.  Applying for a grant is easy!

Be creative! Grants can fund programs that meet your tailored needs. Great questions to, you may want to consider:

  • What will the new normal be when employees return to work?
  • Will we have a high demand for bicycle accommodations? Do we have enough bike racks?
  • Will employees continue to telework?  What tools do we need to make teleworking easy for the long run?

Potential grant checklist: What would help your employees?

  • Transit Passes for employees
  • Bike racks
  • Bicycle Jerseys
  • Bike Education Classes
  • Bike Fleet
  • Bike Helmets
  • Bike Lockers
  • Bike Tune Ups
  • Commuter Boards
  • Carpool Parking Signs
  • Lockers & Locks
  • Onsite Bike Tools or Repair Station
  • Funding Vanpools


Pre-made Go Redmond Grants available:




For more information, visit our Grants page