COVID-19 Business Resources
The staff at Commute Seattle is here to serve the local business community as we navigate the response to the novel coronavirus together. Our free services to businesses will continue online and over the phone.
Seattle Stay Healthy Streets
There are nearly 20 miles of streets closed to vehicle traffic now available for walking, biking and rolling while maintaining social distance.
Standing With You
Commute Seattle joins with those who demand an end to all forms of racism, police brutality and injustice. Black lives matter, and as Seattlites take to the streets to protest and demand change, I and our team at Commute Seattle stand with you.
The Future of Seattle's Commute
The transportation and commuting landscape looks very different today than it did six months ago. Employers may be tempted to reduce transit benefits during this time, but this would only compound the problems we are currently facing.
Register Here Seattle 2030 District is partnering with Commute Seattle for a session on July 30th to provide perspectives on transportation and commute trends. Building owners and property managers are working hard to prepare their buildings for future phases of re-opening. While...LEARN MORE >
King County Metro’s WorkSmart Program consultant, Elham Shirazi, will explore key topics for establishing a successful telework program during and after COVID-19. These topics include work performance, employee engagement, telework agreements, the legalese of teleworking and more. Strategies will be...LEARN MORE >
King County Metro’s WorkSmart Program consultant, Elham Shirazi, will review solutions that are readily available for collaboration. Everything from Zoom to Teams, Skype, Chat, etc. will be discussed at an easy to understand level so that employers can more clearly...LEARN MORE >
Cascade Bicycle Club and F5 Networks host the 2020 Bike Everywhere Day. It’s a great day to get out on two wheels. Learn more about the event and locate a celebration station near your route.LEARN MORE >
Commute Seattle Goes Remote
In an effort to limit the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), Commute Seattle staff are following the recommendations from King County Public Health to telework for approximately the next three weeks. There is a flexwork policy that works for your business.
Staff Recognized by ACT International as Outstanding Member Volunteer
The premier organization for Transportation Demand Management honored Olivia Holden as an outstanding member volunteer.
Survey Results: Workplace Experiences During Coronavirus
In May, we conducted a survey to learn about what workplaces were experiencing as a result of the pandemic. We're outlining the top takeaways from the survey and what to expect as Seattle continues through a phased reopening.