Seattle Commuter Benefits Law: How to Comply
The Seattle Commuter Benefits Law requires businesses with 20 or more employees worldwide to begin offering commuter benefits by January 1, 2020. This includes all employees that work an average of 10 or more hours a week. Learn how to get started and comply.
All Aboard the Bike Train
The Seattle Bike Train is a weekly, volunteer-led, bike commute group, with rides originating from three different Seattle neighborhoods and traveling to downtown. It's an easy way for riders of all levels to hit the streets and feel safe commuting by bike.
What's Up Next For the Seattle Squeeze?
There are many planned transit improvement projects that may slow your daily commute. An overview of all the upcoming traffic impacts.
Join us for an informational webinar about the upcoming Commuter Benefits Ordinance. About this Event Beginning in January 2020, employers with more than 20 employees will be required to offer a commuter benefit. In this webinar, we will provide an overview of...LEARN MORE >
Upcoming transportation transformations like the Waterfront Reconstruction, SR 99 tunnel tolling, and Link light rail expansion will have an impact on our transportation system. As new services and infrastructure come online, it is more important than ever to understand how...LEARN MORE >