Transportation Demand Management Program
Let Uber help complete your ride on public transit! We’re partnering to get you where you need to go easier.
Enter the promo code TRANSIT into your Uber app and get a $3.50 discount on your uberX or uberPOOL rides to or from select Link light rail stations.
Reach out to our Transportation Outreach and Marketing Coordinator for more information!
Rose.Warren@TukwilaWA.gov | (206) 431-3687
The Tukwila Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Team provides programs that improve congestion, reduce fuel consumption and improve air quality for the cites of Tukwila, Renton, Kent, SeaTac, Burien, and Federal Way. These programs are possible thanks to federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) funding and a King County Metro Regional Mobility Grant.
The TDM Team works with Tukwila and South King County under the brand name of “South King County Transportation Options.” We offer trip reduction services to businesses, organizations and residents within Tukwila and partner cities.
Tukwila Bike Rack Program
The City of Tukwila is installing bike racks around the city to encourage active transportation (bicycling or walking) and transit use. Bike racks available starting in late Spring 2017. There are limited quantities available. To be approved bike rack requests will be reviewed to determine adequate installation space.
The Small Grant Programs for pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure improvements and trip reduction assistance are currently being implemented. Thank you to everyone who submitted an application!
Check out the 2016 Transportation Survey Highlights Here! Represented below is Tukwila’s typical weekday mode split for commuting to work or school.
Thanks to everyone who took our 2016 Transportation Survey.
Partnerships and Rewards!
Tukwila’s CMAQ award enabled a partnership with Hopelink’s Mobility Management Team. The Mobility Management Team works to “empower the community by facilitating access, supporting the coordination of special needs transportation through cross-sector collaborations to improve transportation services and providing travel education and resources to build awareness of existing transportation options.” Through collaboration we developed the Tukwila Transportation Resource Guide and Tukwila Mobility Quick Reference Guide.
- Sharing the ride in a Carpool or Vanpool
- Riding the Bus, Ferry or Train
- Bicycling or Walking
- Working from home or compressing your work schedule to eliminate a trip
- Try RideShareOnline.com to take advantage of local and regional incentive programs.
- Log your trips on the Ride Share Online calendar to win prizes or find a carpool match!
King County Metro developed transit resources for South King County, click on the city seals below to see your transit options or plan a trip: