Commuter van and community programs
Find your shared ride to work, school or community destinations. Metro is home to the largest, longest-running public commuter van program in the nation, plus other programs, products and tools to keep you connected and moving.
Retired Metro Commuter Vans for Sale
King County Metro's retired commuter vans are available to the general public for purchase.Find out more
West Seattle Commuters
Cut your commute time and breeze by traffic in your Metro Vanpool by gaining access to the SW Spokane St. Bridge.
Start a new King County Metro van with 2 or more commuters—can be neighbors, co-workers or other commuters who live and work near you—and get the FIRST MONTH FREE!Find out more
Restart Your Commute With Vanpool!
Metro Commuter Vans is your one-seat ride to restart your commute. Flexible options are available, including part-time, reduced work days and other physical distancing solutions.Find out more
Metro Vanpool program fare schedules
What's included in your monthly fares?
Fuel, maintenance, insurance, 24-hour Emergency Roadside Assistance, Guaranteed Ride Home and toll-free roadways!
Questions? If you have fare-related questions, or need assistance calculating your fares, please have your van's bookkeeper contact your assigned Accounting Rideshare Service Rep. For recruiting questions or other support, contact King County's Commuter Van Program via email.
Please note: Fares resumed Oct. 1, 2020. Groups who are parked and not commuting may not drive the van, are not allowed personal use, excess miles and/or driver bonus miles at any time. Any driving must be for commute purposes and is charged at the full monthly rate.
Not sure who your Accounting Representative is? Please call anyone listed below for help or a referral.