April is Ride Transit Month — and now it's easier to take Salmon Friendly Trips on our local buses!
Issaquah's free Route 200 bus just added a new stop at Swedish/Issaquah on Northeast Blakely Drive.
Route 200 also serves Issaquah destinations, including the Issaquah Community Center, Issaquah City Hall, Gilman Village, Issaquah Transit Center, Issaquah Commons and the Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride.
Route 200's schedule is available online. Use King County Metro Transit’s Trip Planner to get around our region.
Remember: Route 200 is free, however, the usual bus fare will apply when using any other Metro services, including routes 271 and 554, which also go through Issaquah.
In 2015, Metro started a new community shuttle service — Route 628 — serving commuters in North Bend, Snoqualmie Valley and the Issaquah Highlands.
Salmon Friendly Trips include taking the bus, walking, biking, vanpools, carpools and teleworking. We chose the salmon as our mascot to educate commuters about the connection between pollution caused by transportation choices and the impact those choices have on our environmental quality of life.