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If you need a ride to your appointments, please call CHAT at (425) 899-3200 or email

Patient Transportation Resources

If you're in need of transportation to your medical appointments, we have assembled this list of resources.

Metro Transit Regional Reduced Fare

This service is for participants age 65 and over, or disabled.

(206) 553-3000

ORCA (One Regional Card for All) can be used for all regional public transportation systems. It keeps track of the different fares for each system. You can pre-load fare value on to the card. If you have an old style RRFP, you can pay cash fares, or trade in for an ORCA.

Metro ADA Paratransit Program (ACCESS)

This van service follows the same area, days and hours as Metro Transit buses.

ACCESS program information
(206) 263-3113 (information)
(866) 205-5001 (toll-free)
(206) 205-5000 (schedule a ride)

Volunteer Transportation for Seniors

This free service is available for King County residents age 60 and over who are unable to self-transfer into a private vehicle. A volunteer will accompany you to and from your appointments.

Program information

Call (206) 448-5740 or (800) 282-5815 to schedule rides. You need to call by Wednesday to schedule a ride for the next week.

Volunteer Chore Services - Catholic Community Services

Rides are available throughout King County for medical or other necessary appointments and shopping. Transportation is dependent on volunteer availability.

Program information

(206) 328-5787 or (888) 649-6850 to arrange transportation.

Dial A Ride Transportation (DART)

Serves elderly and disabled in Snohomish County who cannot ride regular public transportation.

DART information
(800) 562-1381 or (425) 347- 5912

Find A Ride (King County)

This comprehensive database is filled with unique transportation options for King, Snohomish and Pierce counties.

Find a Ride website
(425) 943-6760 ext 2 (Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)

Sound Transit Find A Ride

For seniors and the disabled. Find accessible and low-cost transportation options through King, Snohomish and Pierce counties.

Metro Paratransit Taxi Scrip Program

Save 50% on taxi fares. This service is for low income residents of King County age 65 or older, or disabled (age 18 to 64)

Program information
(206) 263-3113

Paratransit—DSHS Transportation Broker (Snohomish County)

(855) 766-7433
(800) 595-2172 (to cancel/check on a ride status)

Two business days’ advance notice. Emergent requests are handled 24 hours daily.

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation (SVT)

Transportation for anyone ages 13+ within the Snoqualmie Valley (North Bend, Snoqualmie, Preston/Fall City, Carnation, Duvall, Monroe).

Program information
(425) 888-7001 or (425) 333-5554

Department of Licensing Disabled Parking

Disabled parking permits. Write or call for an application.
(360) 902-3770

P.O. Box 9043
Olympia, WA 98507-9043


Wheelchair-accessible transportation.

AAG Service Group
(425) 877-8118 or 1 (877) 224-4884

Mercy Transportation
(425) 347-4700 or (877) 91MERCY

Northwest Ambulance
(425) 551-8885

Northwest Transport
(800) 600-9225

Tri-County Cabulance
(425) 775-8358

Tri-Med Ambulance
(206) 243-5622

Specialized Transportation

American Cancer Society Volunteer Drivers
Free transportation for cancer patients to/from their treatment appointments

(866) 500-3272
Program information

American Parkinson’s Disease Association - Taxi Voucher Program
Provides taxi vouchers for individuals with Parkinson's disease.

(425) 243-2732

Kaiser Permanente Volunteer Program
Free ride services for Kaiser Permanente members age 60 and older.

(206) 326-2800
Program information

National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Greater Northwest Chapter
Individuals with MS can apply for assistance with transportation to medical appointments.

(800) 344-4867

This information was compiled by the EvergreenHealth Community Healthcare Access Team (CHAT). Contact them at (425) 899-3200 if you have questions or need additional assistance.

Learn more about the CHAT team.