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The Community Van program provides 6-passenger and 12-passenger vans for pre-scheduled rides - either one-time or recurring - involving a minimum of two passengers plus a volunteer driver. Trip destinations can be anywhere within two hours of Kirkland and can occur during the daytime, evenings, and weekends. This is a way for community members to plan customized trips when bus service can't meet their needs. Take advantage of Community Van for trips to the airport, appointments, errands, or outings! Also please consider signing up to be a volunteer driver.
Request a trip a minimum of 48 hours in advance. We can sometimes accommodate last-minute requests.
Valid trips using vehicles in the Kirkland-Kenmore Community Van program must either have a passenger pickup location (trip origin) or passenger drop-off location (trip destination) that is within the boundaries of the cities of Kirkland or Kenmore. For other cities that are also operating Community Van programs, see King County's Community Van webpage.
Our two 6-passenger vans are wheelchair accessible; our 12-passenger van is not.
Fares are round-trip and are priced at $2.75. Metro Transit Fares and ORCA Information
3. Use a King County Human Services bus ticket.
Request a Trip
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Contact: CommVan@kirklandwa.gov, 425-587-3924
6-passenger van at Kenmore City Hall
6-passenger van at Kirkland City Hall
12-passenger van at North Kirkland Community Center
Support your neighbors, your community and help the environment by becoming a Community Van volunteer driver.
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