Telework Seminar

Wednesday, February 6, 2019: Learn about how to implement an effective telecommute program that benefits your business’s bottom line and improves work/life balance. Complimentary lunch will be provided!

Click here to RSVP for Free and for more details.

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The City is creating a Vision Zero Action Plan to coordinate programs and identify opportunities where new efforts are needed to make Bellevue’s streets safe for everyone. Whatever someone’s age, physical ability, or how they choose to travel—walking, bicycling, transit, driving, or otherwise—they should get wherever they want to be safely in Bellevue.

An online questionnaire is now available through February 11. Feedback from this questionnaire will help us better understand the public’s perceptions about street safety and what factors feel most threatening to people traveling in Bellevue. Take the survey!


You’ve heard the news about the SR 99 closure and the significant impacts for commuters. King County Metro needs your help to reduce traffic and fill seats in our vans. On January 11, 2019 the closure begins and will last for at least three weeks–some ramps and roadways may be closed to traffic for up to six weeks. Rideshare Operations has three exciting solutions to assist you during the closure and beyond! Learn more about rewards that are available to new and existing vanpools!

Carpooling Apps!

Great news! For a limited time, King County Metro is sponsoring carpooling trips for all King County commuters! This means lower costs when you ride, and an even higher reimbursement when you drive, plus bonuses when you refer a friend. With these special incentives and flexible, easy-to-use carpooling apps, upgrading your commute is easier than ever. Avoid the stress of driving alone--find out more!

Viaduct Picture

It's time to get ready - Starting January 11, 2019, the Puget Sound region will experience the longest closure of a major highway when WSDOT closes the Alaskan Way Viaduct to complete the work needed to open the SR 99 tunnel three weeks later. Everyone traveling in the region will be impacted.

With some planning and creativity, it is still possible to get where you need to go during the Seattle Squeeze. This is a great time to try a new mode of travel. Be sure to try out your new commute before January 11th!  For more information on the closure visit

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Your ride, connected. Travel with Ride2 to/from the Eastgate Park & Ride and connect to bus service to Downtown Seattle, the University District, Downtown Bellevue, and Issaquah.  For more details, visit the King County Metro Ride2 Page.  Be one of the first to try Ride2 at the Eastgate Park-and-Ride and get a free Choose Your Way Bellevue Backpack!

Bikeway Rotator

The Downtown Demonstration Bikeway is officially open! It provides a safer and more comfortable route for people to bike north-south in Bellevue's busiest neighborhood. The bikeway is located on 108th Avenue Northeast, from Main Street to Northeast 12th Street. Learn more here!


Bike share has officially hit Bellevue bike lanes! Green, electric-assisted bikes are available for use citywide on streets, bike lanes, and sidewalks as part of a one-year pilot.  For more information, visit the City of Bellevue Bikeshare Page.

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