Metro partners on new shuttle van service for Redmond

King County Metro offers alternative connections to parts of our communities that don’t have the infrastructure, density, or land use to support traditional fixed-route bus service. The newest such service, Redmond LOOP, was kicked off Sept. 9 in Redmond by King County Executive Dow Constantine.

The Redmond LOOP arrives every 45 minutes on weekdays between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm to meet the midday travel needs of Redmond residents, visitors and employees in the LOOP service area. The LOOP runs from the Redmond Transit Center through Education Hill, along Avondale to Bear Creek Park & Ride and then along Redmond Way with a stop by Redmond Town Center before heading back to the Transit Center. A standard Metro one-zone fare is charged per ride.

We’re pleased to partner with the City to provide this important community connection for the people of Redmond.



Published by

Frank Abe, King County DOT

Senior Strategic Communications Advisor to the Director of the King County Department of Transportation