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Metro helps Duvall, Carnation, and Redmond Ridge get 'In Motion'

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If you live or work in Duvall, Carnation or the Redmond Ridge area, King County Metro wants to help you explore new ways to travel. Sign up with Metro’s In Motion program by Dec. 6 to try using the bus, walking, bicycling and carpooling instead of driving alone.

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If you live or work in Duvall, Carnation or the Redmond Ridge area, King County Metro wants to help you explore new ways to travel.

Sign up with Metro’s In Motion program by Dec. 6 to try using the bus, walking, bicycling and carpooling instead of driving alone. Take a pledge to drive less and receive a free ORCA card good for two weeks of unlimited travel or travel mug, and also request information like neighborhood maps and transit schedules. This 12-week program will provide residents with the tools and information they need to begin exploring different travel options.

In Motion has engaged over 20,000 people in 32 King County neighborhoods since it began in 2004. Watch for the In Motion team at community events and on social media to help residents explore their travel options.

As part of the In Motion outreach, Metro is excited to promote the Valley Shuttle in partnership with Snoqualmie Valley Transit, which provides all-day service between Duvall, Carnation, Fall City, North Bend, and Snoqualmie. The Duvall Community Van is coming later this year and will offer pre-scheduled group trips to get residents where they need to go. Metro is recruiting volunteer drivers now.

To learn more and sign up, visit Metro’s In Motion page and click on the Duvall, Carnation, or Redmond Ridge tabs. Residents can sign up until Dec. 6 and questions can be directed to inmotion@kingcounty.gov.