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Most King County offices will be closed on July 4, for Independence Day.  
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Community Van is a rideshare program brought to you by King County Metro Transit. It provides community residents with a customized option for getting around when bus service can’t meet their needs.

  • Community members travel together to local destinations during the day, evening, or weekend.
  • Group trips and stops are preplanned (at least two weeks in advance) by a Community Transportation Coordinator.
  • Riders contact their Community Transportation Coordinator to join pre-scheduled Community Van trips.
  • Each trip must have at least two passengers in addition to the volunteer driver.
  • Each rider pays a one-zone Metro fare. The driver doesn’t pay a fare.
  • Riders can request a new trip by submitting an online form or contacting their community‘s Community Transportation Coordinator.
  • Riders can also suggest a trip they know will be popular with their friends and neighbors.
  • Accessible Community Vans are available on request. Tell the Community Transportation Coordinator about your needs before your trip.

Each rider pays a standard Metro fare. That’s $2.75 for a regular adult.

  • Use the Transit Go Ticket app on your phone
  • Use your ORCA Card
  • Use King County Metro Paper Tickets

Kahdijah Jackson

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206-477-7660
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Find out what trips are already on the schedule or request a new trip by contacting the Community Transportation Coordinator (see above).

Support your neighbors and your community and help the environment by becoming a Community Van volunteer driver. You can choose which trips you drive and how many times you drive each week.

  1. Download, complete, sign, and email your Community Van Driver Application.
  2. Complete Driver Orientation
  3. Start Driving! Once you become an approved driver, you will be able to use the van.

The Vashon Community Van is operating, but the physical office on Vashon Island is closed in support of guidance from Public Health–Seattle & King County to limit gatherings. To request or join a trip, please use the form below or contact the Community Transportation Coordinator by phone or email (see below).

Megan Lockhart

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206-263-5901
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Vashon Van office
Vashon Chamber of Commerce
17141 Vashon Highway SW
Vashon, WA  98070

Use the buttons below to see trips that are already on the schedule or request a new trip by submitting an online form. You can also contact the Community Transportation Coordinator (see above).

Current trip schedule Request a new trip

Support your neighbors and your community and help the environment by becoming a Community Van volunteer driver. You can choose which trips you drive and how many times you drive each week.

  1. Download, complete, sign, and email your Community Van Driver Application.
  2. Complete Driver Orientation
  3. Start Driving! Once you become an approved driver, you will be able to use the van.