Public Transit

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COVID-19 Update

As our region responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, public transit agencies like King County Metro and Sound Transit have altered their service schedules and routes.

Route Changes

Routes through Issaquah with no change:

  • Route 269- Issaquah Transit Center to Overlake Park & Ride
  • ST 554- Issaquah to Seattle

Routes with reduced operation:

Routes no longer operating currently:

  • Route 200- In Issaquah Highlands and Issaquah, use Route 269 (no deviation off NW Sammamish Rd.) or Route ST 554.
  • Route 208- No mid-day service to Issaquah will be available. 
  • Route 214- Use Route ST 554 between Issaquah and downtown Seattle.
  • Route 216- Use Route 269 between Bear Creek Park & Ride and Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride. Use Route ST 554 between Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride and downtown Seattle.
  • Route 217- Use Route 269 (at SE 56th St & East Lake Sammamish Pkwy SE) between 220th Ave SE and Issaquah Transit Center. Use Route ST 554 between Issaquah Transit Center and downtown Seattle.
  • Route 218- Use Route ST 554 between Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride and downtown Seattle.
  • Route 219- Use Route 269 between Redmond and Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride. Use Route ST 554 between Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride and downtown Seattle.
  • ST 556- Use Route 271 between Issaquah and University of Washington.
  • Route 628- Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride to North Bend

Sammamish Community Ride

In partnership with King County Metro, Sammamish Community Ride is a dial-a-ride shuttle. Rather than traveling along a fixed route, Sammamish Community Ride is an on-demand transportation service that travels within a specified service area. It offers flexible service throughout designated areas in Klahanie, Sunny Hills, Providence Point, Sammamish Highlands neighborhoods, and Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride. Learn more.

Access Service

Customers with disabilities who are no longer able to reach their essential destinations using fixed-route service can contact the Access Transportation Call Center at 206-205-5000 for assistance. 

To promote physical distancing, King County Metro is scheduling no more than two passengers on an Access bus at one time and eliminating fare collection.