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Posted on: June 7, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Ride Free with Metro Transit

Try taking the bus! Every King County household that registers at least one vehicle can now receive eight free rides on Metro Transit.

Local residents will receive an order form when they renew their vehicle tabs.

These tickets put the entire Metro bus system to work for you. Choose from more than 200 routes, thousands of bus stops, 130 park-and-ride lots and garages, and 13 transit centers — all designed to make public transportation accessible and convenient to use.

Have a bike? Use a mobility device? Traveling with children? Visit Metro’s How to Ride page to find information on these topics and more.

By taking the bus, you help reduce congestion and pollution, and improve the quality of life for everyone in our community. You may also be surprised by how much money you can save when you leave your car at home.

The tickets are transferable to whomever you’d like. You can also donate the rides to a variety of human service agencies in King County.

For more information, visit Metro online.

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