King County has moved to Phase 2 of reopening. Learn more:

Information for Shoreline

Last Updated:  June 2020 

The Transportation Services Division is responsible for addressing and enhancing traffic and pedestrian safety, as well as planning for long-term transportation improvements.

Public Transportation

King County Metro -Two pilot programs

  • Community Ride - App based, designated service area
  • Community Van - Join a ride or propose a trip - just need one other party to participate

Comment on potential north King County bus service changes
King County Metro is launching a yearlong community engagement process to decide what changes are needed to improve service and connections as Sound Transit prepares to open three new Link stations in the U-District, Roosevelt, and Northgate in 2021.

Park & Ride Permits
King County Metro is expanding its Permit Parking program to include options for both carpoolers and solo drivers at many of the busiest park & rides.  Visit the King County website for more information:

Seattle Squeeze
It's time to get ready for the next phase of the #SeattleSqueeze, the period through 2024 where private and public construction projects will put pressure on our transportation system.

For questions regarding regional transportation in Shoreline and central Puget Sound, please contact these transportation service providers:

King County Metro:
Sound Transit:
Community Transit:
Washington State Department of Transportation:
SeaTac Airport:

Long Term Transportation Planning

Current Studies, Plans, Programs, and Projects

Traffic Services

  • Traffic Services Webpage  -  This page contains information and links to street lights, traffic signals, traffic signs, speed limits, driver education, and traffic counts and reports.  

Additional Links

Please visit Administrative Services for questions regarding the Transportation Benefit District.