Commute Seattle, a not-for-profit transportation service organization working to provide alternatives to drive-alone commuter trips in an effort to improve access to and mobility through downtown Seattle.
Commute Seattle’s ambitious goal is to shift to 35,000 daily drive-alone commute trips to transit, cycling, walking and ridesharing by 2015.
Commute Seattle is committed to delivering transportation services that not only reduce congestion and support increased commuter options, but also support business objectives in the Center City. These services include:
- Transportation consultations to support a property or small business’ assessment of its transportation benefit program elements;
- Offering a range of services and commute option products tailored to individual business needs;
- Education and marketing of transportation information to businesses and commuters; and
- Marketing and selling ORCA transit passes to businesses.
Contact Commute Seattle at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our services.
|Jamie came to Commute Seattle 2007 after several years with Flexcar and Zipcar. She loves skiing and biking with her kids and traveling all over the Northwest.
Commute: Metro #26X
|Jessica joined Commute Seattle in 2009. In addition to managing staff, grant reporting, and budgeting, Jessica oversees our Bike Program. She spends (almost all of!) her spare time climbing, backcountry skiing, trail running, and cycling.
Neighborhood: Phinney Ridge
Commute: Bike, #358, or occasionally running
|Allison joined Commute Seattle in 2008. She expertly manages our regulatory compliance activities, guiding major employers through the reporting processes required by the Commute Trip Reduction law. Allison loves reading, walking her Yorkie, and finding Downtown’s best Happy Hour.
Commute: RapidRide C
|Mike joined Commute Seattle in 2010. He manages our consulting program, advising employers and property owners on best practices in parking pricing, bike parking, and transit benefit programs. When not working, Mike has exercised a broad array of talents and interests, from owning a crêperie to building biogas digesters to performing with his band Starry Eyed Samurai.
|Zach joined Commute Seattle in 2013. He writes our press releases, newsletters reports, and marketing material, manages our social media accounts and our website, and coordinates commuter events. Outside of work, Zach loves cycling, playing guitar, singing Renaissance choral music, cooking, railfanning, and blogging.
Commute: Bike or Metro #3
ORCA Passport Sales
|Brendan joined Commute Seattle in 2013. His mission is to sell ORCA Passport accounts to small businesses, empowering them to offer world-class transit incentives to their employees. Brendan also inaugurated and continues to manage the Shoreline Farmers Market, and he enjoys crabbing on Camano Island whenever he gets the chance.
Neighborhood: Meridian Park
Commute: Bike or Metro #301