On the road every day or just once a week, people rely on transportation to live independent lives. For people with a physical disability, getting around can be a challenge.
WSDOT coordinates accessible transportation programs and services throughout the state to remove barriers and expand options for people with special transportation needs.
City buses must provide comparable access for people with disabilities and other physical limitations. Accessible transit services, sometimes called paratransit, offer additional services that regular transit cannot. Contact your local transit agency for information about access to both paratransit and regular fixed-route transit services.
- Community Transit: Snohomish County
- Everett Transit: Paratransit service
- Hopelink: King County
- Human Services Council: Medicaid, Employment transport, Reserve-A-Ride, Sponsor-A-Ride Senior, Veterans Transport
- Intercity Transit: Lacey, Olympia
- King County Metro: Seattle Metropolitan Area
- Pierce Transit/Shuttle: Tacoma area
- Paratransit Services: For Medicaid recipients in King County
- Skagit Transit: Mt. Vernon, Burlington
- Sound Transit Sounder Commuter Rail, Link Light Rail, ST Express Bus: Puget Sound area
- Regional Reduced Fare Program: Skagit, Snohomish, King, Pierce, Thurston counties
- Skagit Transit: Sedro Woolley, Burlington, Mount Vernon, La Conner
- Whatcom Transportation Authority: Bellingham, Blaine
- Clallam Transit: La Push, Forks, Port Angeles, Sequim
- Island Transit: Whidbey Island
- Jefferson Transit: Port Townsend, Jefferson County
- Kitsap Transit Access: Bremerton, Bainbridge, Poulsbo, Port Orchard, Silverdale
- Mason Transit: Shelton, Mason County
- Pacific Transit: Aberdeen, Raymond, South Bend, Chinook, Long Beach
- Paratransit Services: For Medicaid recipients in Clallam and Kitsap counties
Public Transportation Division