Commuting Towards Your Future!
Commuter Services provides transportation resources to the campus community, including providing of parking permits, disability parking assistance, bicycle and pedestrian access, bus route information, U-Car use and carpool support. Our ultimate goal is reducing single-occupancy vehicle trips to the UW Bothell/Cascadia College campus.
We encourage students to park on‐campus or use alternative transportation methods. However, if you park off‐campus, we ask that you be courteous to and conscious of our UW Bothell community neighbors. This includes, but is not limited to, leaving room for residents to turn out of their driveways; not parking in front of fire hydrants or mailboxes; and taking all your trash with you. The cost of parking on campus is a consideration; however UW Bothell wants to be a good neighbor. Check out parking and transportation alternatives.
**NEW** Pay By Plate Parking!
Daily parking has been upgraded to pay by plate at all pay stations! This has allowed more customer flexibility. Detailed information about Pay By Plate parking.
Assisted Valet Parking!
Autumn Quarter 2018 Valet Parking will be returning in the SW Surface Lot! Learn more about valet parking.
Bicycling & pedestrian access
The Sammamish River Trail provides regional connections for bicyclists and pedestrians. Learn more about trail access and facilities on campus.
Buses & U-Pass
Ten transit routes serve the UW Bothell and Cascadia College campus making over 400 stops each week day. Learn about bus services, fares, and more.
Carpool & Rideshare Online
UW Bothell students, faculty and staff who carpool four one-way trips per week are eligible to purchase carpool parking permits. Beginning in 2014, Rideshare Online allows you to find rides, track your commute, and more. Learn more about carpool and rideshare.
There are many parking locations on campus, including locations and services for people with disabilities. Parking permits are also available. More about on-campus parking.
The U-CAR program is dedicated to supporting the transportation needs of the UW community for education, research, outreach and business. Any UW member with a valid UW Net ID and driver's license will be able to reserve and access the U-CAR.
The new Community Van rideshare pilot program is brought to you by King County and participating cities to provide community members with a new way to share the ride. UW Bothell is partnering with the Cities of Bothell and Woodinville to bring the Community Van program to the Bothell Woodinville area! This is the latest in a series of unique Community Connections Metro is piloting in communities throughout King County. These services are designated to provide residents with customized options for getting around when bus service can’t meet their needs.