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Transportation Options
Are you reliant on your car? If so, now is the time to try more salmon-friendly options! You might be surprised just how convenient, quick and comfortable it is to take the bus, ride your bike, walk and/or join a car/vanpool.

Sound Transit BusBus
Issaquah has two major transit centers – the Sound Transit Issaquah Transit Center and the Metro Issaquah Highlands Transit Center. The city is served by a dozen routes that will take you directly to Downtown Seattle, Downtown Bellevue, First Hill, University District, Northgate, Overlake, Sammamish and North Bend.

Express buses will get you to downtown Bellevue in 20 minutes and downtown Seattle in 30 minutes. Issaquah is also served by a local circulator, the 200. For more information, check out Metro’s Online Trip Planner.

Participants at Bike to Work DayBike
Issaquah’s valley floor is flat, making biking easy and quick! Through its Complete Streets Program, the city is continuously expanding bike routes and trails. Buses also have easy–to-use racks.

Here is the Issaquah Bike Map. For trips further afield, check out the King County Bicycling Guide map.

Within town there are lots of great walks – check out our Issaquah walking map.

There’s a reason Issaquah is called the Trailhead City! You can walk from your office or home to the amazing open spaces that surround our community. Check out our map for family forest walks.

Electric Vehicles
In a short period of time, electric vehicles have become mainstream. The typical electric vehicle has one third the carbon footprint of an equivalent gasoline car, and uses no petrochemical fuel or lubricants, which have significant impacts on local salmon and wildlife.

Electric vehicles are an excellent commuter car. Plus, they’re quiet, and surprisingly quick! The city has installed charging stations at City Hall Northwest and zHome, and more are springing up. To find the nearest public charging stations, check out this Department of Energy interactive tool.

Salmon-Friendly Commuting
For information about carpools, vanpools and commute trip reduction, check out our salmon-friendly commuting page.