Getting Around Bothell
Great for recreational or commute alternative use.
Cascade Bike Club provides tools to help you get started. The City partners with UW Bothell each year to hold a celebration station for Bike to Work Day on the trails near UW Bothell and Cascadia campuses. Plus, Community Transit offers Bike Map:
Community Transit provides a great resource for learning how to use bike racks with an educational video online.
A great way to reduce impacts on roadways, traffic congestion, and improve your health. Learn your walk score to see how walkable Bothell is for you.
ORCA To-Go is now Neighborhood Pop-Up
King County Metro will continue to offer the same ORCA card services, including issuing new ORCA cards. They are expanding their services to provide more information about Metro projects and additional neighborhood services. King County Metro staff will answer questions about how to use the regional transit system, provide information about upcoming Metro expansions and more!
Location and dates
Services available on the second and fourth Thursday of each month (except holidays) between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. in Room 124 on the first floor of:
Bothell City Hall
18415 101st Ave. NE
Bothell, WA 98011
Please sign in at the Customer Service Counter before going to Room 124 to speak with King County Metro staff person.
Here is a list of additional locations
You don't have to worry about parking because City Hall offers free parking downtown at the City Hall parking garage.