Who we are

We are the advocate for better walking, biking, and transit in Redmond.
Our members represent 100,000+ people who commute to Redmond each day.

Our vision for Redmond

  • A more accessible and inclusive Redmond with fast, reliable and affordable transportation
  • A city that is easier to reach from across the region for home, work and play

  • An affordable and walkable community that designs and builds safe streets for all users
  • A city that addresses the urgency of climate change through its transportation system

Why now?

Redmond and its workers are facing a squeeze.

  • Redmond’s population grew 25% since 2010.
  • The 9-5 population doubles Redmond’s size every day
  • 100,000 people work in Redmond. Another 20,000 are expected to join them in the next two decades
  • Redmond workers with lower wages face long commutes and are less likely to have transit passes
  • People driving in cars is the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in Redmond

We make sure Redmond’s streets, trails, & transit are ready and work for those who need it most.

How do we get there?

  • Advocate to Redmond, King County & Washington State elected officials for more frequent bus service, protected bike lanes, affordable transit passes, sidewalks and crosswalks
  • Direct grants to our members for transportation investments at their worksites. We’ve won $100,000 in grants for our members since 2015
  • Help our members make City and State regulations and reporting stress-free

 

Big changes

coming to Redmond

The biggest transportation changes in the history of the city happening now:

King County Metro’s launches a new all-day frequent bus network in Redmond

Completion of the Eastrail connecting Downtown Redmond to the rest of the Eastside

Light rail to Overlake & Downtown Redmond, halving the time to Bellevue, SeaTac & Lynnwood

We make these changes work for our members. Follow us!

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