Bike and Scoot

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Last updated: November 1, 2021

What you'll find on this page:

Free scooter rides for Essential Workers and people riding to vaccine appointments

Traveling by bike or scooter is a great way to get across the Low Bridge or cover your first/last mile to transit. Lime and LINK are offering free rides for essential workers and people traveling to COVID-19 vaccine appointments. Learn more about bike and scooter share.

Lime Scooters      Link Scooters
Free 30-minute rides for public-health personnel and law enforcement officers. Enroll now. Also, free rides to vaccine appointments, within the app, enter the promo code: SEARIDETORECOVERY Free e-scooter rides for healthcare, education, public transit, custodial, and food services workers; Enrollment now. Also, free rides to vaccine appointments; Enroll now.

Stay Healthy Streets

To support people biking, scooting and walking for travel and fun, we're converting some existing, neighborhood greenways (calm residential streets) into Stay Healthy Streets. Stay Healthy Streets are closed to vehicles - but not residents or deliveries - 24 hours a day, seven days a week (until further notice). This decreased vehicle traffic makes these streets a safer place for you to make trips and explore neighborhoods by biking, scooting and walking.

A map of the Stay Healthy Street in West Seattle on High Point DR SW, which loops around to SW Graham St and SW Holly St, and continues southbound on 34th Ave SW A map showing the Stay Healthy Street in Delridge and Highland Park area. It is located on 21st Ave SW from the southern edge of Puget Park and eventually ends up on 17th Ave SW, with a eastbound segment to Highland Park along SW Trenton St
Stay Healthy Street: High Point Map  Stay Healthy Street: Delridge/Highland Park Map

Want to enjoy the benefits of Stay Healthy Streets on your block? Read our guidelines and then request a Stay Healthy Block permit.

You may soon see residential streets around schools turned into Stay Healthy Blocks to create more space for children into and out of schools.

Remember, when biking on sidewalks and crosswalks, yield to people walking and rolling. Scooting on sidewalks is prohibited.

Mini grants available for organizing Safe Routes to School

As schools reopen with staggered start and end times, you will see parents and children walking, biking and rolling to and from school. Parents and community organizations: did you know there are resources available to organize or support safer routes to school?

Mini Grants - Transportation       Safe Routes to School
Apply for a $1,000 grant for resources to support walking, rolling and biking to and from school. How to start a Safe Routes to School campaign at your school.

Plan your bike or scooter route

A map showing the bike routes in West Seattle

Map of the West Seattle Bridge bike routes
Seattle Bike Map (Interactive) West Seattle and Duwamish Valley Bike Map (PDF)

Maps for biking and scooting

Seattle Speed Limit Map (Interactive)
Cascade Bicycle Club's 'Bridge the Gap' Map (PDF)

Bike routes to and from West Seattle and Duwamish Valley

West Seattle Junction to South Lake Union Route
White Center to Downtown Route
West Seattle Junction to Passenger Ferry Terminal Route
Spokane Street Bridge Detour Rout to 1st Ave Bridge Route
White Center - South Park - Georgetown Loop Route

Find more routes and customing routing and bike guide support at West Seattle Bike Connection

Routing videos
West Seattle Junction to Downtown via Spokane Street Low Bridge
West Seattle to Downtown Instructional
White Center to Downtown via Spokane Street Low Bridge

Biking and transit

Bike Parking at Transit Facilities
How to Load a Bike on a Bus Bike Rack
How to Share the Road with Transit

Bicycle shops in West Seattle and Northern Duwamish Valley

Aaron's Bicycle Repair/Rat City Bikes (White Center)
Alki Bike & Board (Admiral District)
Angle Lake Cyclery (South Delridge)
Cyclefab, LLC (Georgetown)
Seattle E-Bike (Alaska Junction)
Second Gear Sports (Morgan Junction)
Westside Bicycle (Harbor/West Seattle Bridge)

Wheel & Hammer Bicycle Repair (Georgetown)

Additional resources

Biking Rules of the Road
How to Use Bike Lanes
Get bike riding and repair classes
How to Safely Bike Around Big Trucks (Video)
How to Keep Your Bike Safe
West Seattle Bike Connection
Cascade Bicycle Club
Bike Works
Duwamish Valley Safe Streets


Greg Spotts, Director
Address: 700 5th Ave, Suite 3800, Seattle, WA, 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 34996, Seattle, WA, 98124-4996
Phone: (206) 684-7623

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