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We will be using a free shuttle service that will pick/drop people off at the City Hall roundabout and the roundabout of the parking garage behind City Hall to the Downtown Park venue!

This shuttle will come every ~10 minutes and one of the two shuttles is ADA accessible.

Redmond is not a parking friendly city.

If you have the capacity to carpool or take public transit, we'd highly recommend it!

Below are some bus routes from nearby cities, and contacts for folks who can lead you to the best transportation options for you.

 

We'll see you soon!

 

Please call Hopelink’s Transportation Resources Line (TRL) at 425-943-6760 to receive one-on-one support with finding transportation options.

They are available M-F from 9am-4pm.

 

Please also note that King County Metro routes are subject to change. We will aim to keep this resource updated if service changes occur.

 

You can also sign up to receive transit alerts through King County Metro.

Transportation Options

Below are resources for support traveling safely around King County.
Those 18 years or younger can ride city transit for FREE in Washington!
Get your Orca card, swipe, and ride.
  • Hopelink  offers transportation support such as DART, as well as for veterans.

    • Contact Rose at Hopelink's  Transportation Resources Line to get transportation support options

  • Community Van  is a schedule in advance transportation option.

 

  • DART (Dial-A-Ride Transportation) provides paratransit service for people who cannot access or use Community Transit’s fixed-route bus service due to a disability or condition.

 

  • Find A Ride    is a ride option to help those traveling around the Central Puget Sound.

Redmond Pride

Need assistance planning a public transportation trip to get to Redmond Pride? Here are some tips!

 

Fixed-route transit:

 

  • Bellevue

From Downtown Bellevue to Downtown Redmond Park:
Take the 250 from the Bellevue Transit Center to Redmond Way and 159th Pl NE (5-minute walk to 
Downtown Park)
 

From Crossroads area in Bellevue to Downtown Redmond Park:

Take the B Line from 156th Ave NE and NE 10th St to Redmond Transit Center

(4-minute walk to Downtown Park)

 

  • Kirkland

From Downtown Kirkland to Downtown Redmond Park:
Take the 250 from the Kirkland Library (308 Kirkland Ave) to Redmond Way and NE 159th Pl NE

(5-minute walk to Downtown Park)
 

From Totem Lake to Downtown Redmond Park:
Take the 239 from NE 124th St and 124th Ave NE to NE 85th St & 114th Ave NE
Walk to NE 85th St & Kirkland Way
Take the 250 to Redmond Way and NE 159th Pl NE

(5-minute walk to Downtown Park

 

  • Kenmore

From Kenmore Park and Ride to Redmond Downtown Park
Take the 225 to 148th Ave NE and Old Redmond Road
Take the B-Line to Redmond Transit Center

(4-minute walk to Downtown Park)

  

  • Issaquah

From Issaquah to downtown Redmond
From the Issaquah Highlands P & R - Bay 4 –
take the 554 to the I-90 Expressway and 142nd Pl SE

Walk to the Eastgate Park & Ride Acs & 140th Ave NE
Take the 221 to NE Redmond Way and 159th Pl NE

(5-minute walk to Downtown Park)

 

Volunteer Driver Programs Community Van

Community Van is available in several King County communities.

Check out the service areas and contact your local community coordinator.

Need directions from another location?

Please call call Hopelink’s Transportation Resources Line (TRL) at 425-943-6760 to receive one-on-one support with finding transportation options. They are available M-F from 9am-4pm.

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