Locations for health insurance enrollment and ORCA LIFT cards
Get where you need to go.
Pay a lot less to get there.
ORCA LIFT, a reduced transit fare that can help you get more out of your public transportation system.
Your ORCA LIFT card provides you with a reduced transit fare on select regional transit systems throughout the Puget Sound area. ORCA LIFT cards will also work with transit agencies not offering a reduce rate, but at the full adult fare.
- Community Transit (local): $1.25
- Community Transit (commuter): $2.00
- Everett Transit: $1.50
- King County Metro buses: $1.50
- King County Water Taxi
- West Seattle: $3.75
- Vashon Island: $4.50
- Kitsap Transit buses and Foot Ferries: $1.00
- Kitsap Transit Fast Ferries:
- East-bound: $1.00
- West-Bound: $5.00
- Seattle Streetcar: $1.50
- Seattle Monorail: $1.50
- Sounder Trains: $1.50
- Sound Transit Buses: $1.50
- Sound Transit Link light rail: $1.50
- Pierce Transit: full fare
- Washington State Ferries: full fare
To qualify, a person's gross household income (before taxes are taken out) must be no more than 200 percent of the federal poverty level as established by the U.S. Health and Human Services Department.
200% of federal poverty level
Assistance provided by:
Public Health outreach workers and community-based partner agencies who also can help with health insurance and other programs.
For lost, stolen or damaged LIFT cards:
Call Metro Customer Service at 206-553-3000.
To apply or renew LIFT cards:
Visit Metro's Reduced Fare Portal. You can also apply in person at the locations listed below. If you need assistance, call 800-756-5437.
Are you currently at student at a university, college or technical institute?
Learn more about LIFT enrollment opportunities and transportation options.
Subsidized Annual Pass:
King County Metro and Sound Transit have partnered to create a new, subsidized annual pass program. Riders who qualify are issued a free ride pass for 12 calendar months and it's renewable each year. Learn more to see if you qualify.
Enroll for health insurance and ORCA LIFT cards
If applying for health insurance, you will need to know your birth date, social security number, and annual income before taxes and deductions. Legal immigrants will need to supply a passport, alien, or other immigration numbers.
Metro Seattle Office
Federal Way Storefront - Washington Healthplanfinder Office
Global to Local
North Seattle College Opportunity Center for Emloyment & Education (OCE & E) Building
Beating Diabetes Together Event
Voice of South Pacific & PH Healthfair
Link/share our site at www.kingcounty.gov/lift