Every trip counts
Beacon Hill & Mount Baker: How will you get In Motion?
King County Metro is here to help you explore your neighborhood and beyond by walking, bicycling, carpooling, riding the bus, or taking Link light rail.
Sign up to request information about how you can reduce your driving and get a FREE ORCA card good for two weeks of unlimited travel. Offer good through May 22, 2017.
How it works
Sign up and request information to help you reduce your driving—including an ORCA card good for two weeks of unlimited travel* or an In Motion tote bag. We’ll send it all at no cost to you!
Pledge to shift two or more round-trips per week from driving alone to another option.
Track your trips
Once you have signed up, track your trips online or by postcard and you’ll be entered into bi-weekly drawings for gift cards to local businesses!
You must live, work, or go to school in Beacon Hill or Mount Baker, be 16 or older, and have at least one car in your household.
*The ORCA card is valid for two weeks from when you receive it and serves as valid fare for regional buses, Link light rail, Seattle Streetcar, and water taxi. The card cannot be exchanged or converted to a reduced fare card (for youth, seniors or people with disabilities.)
Track your trips and win prizes!
For each week you shift two round-trips from driving alone to a new way to travel, you will be entered into a drawing for gift cards from local businesses. Drawings will take place every other Wednesday.
Track all your trips by May 31, 2017 to be eligible for our grand prize drawing, $150 in groceries! The more you log your trips, the greater your chances of winning.
Once you’ve registered, you can start logging your trips right away!
About In Motion
Since 2004, King County Metro has worked with 40 neighborhoods to encourage residents to use sustainable travel modes and save money, help the environment and be more active while they’re at it. The In Motion program was built using the foundations of community-based social marketing: speaking to the motivations of local communities by providing information, getting action commitments, and offering prompts and incentives to encourage new, healthier travel behavior.
Over the past 13 years, King County neighborhoods have:
“I figured out a way to not use my car at all, without having to change my wake up time!”
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