Transportation & DART

From critical trips to kidney dialysis and chemotherapy treatments for cancer patients, to daily trips to Children’s Hospital and for seniors who must have routine medical visits to avoid nursing homes, transportation can make the crucial difference between being homebound and isolated, or healthy and active.

MEDICAID TRANSPORTATION
Phone Reservations:
King County:
Snohomish County:
TTY - Toll Free:
(800) 923 - 7433
(855) 766 - 7433
(800) 246 - 1646
Fax Reservations:
Trip Request Form
Repeat Trip Request Form
(425) 644 - 9447
Where’s My Ride:
Website:
King County:
Snohomish County:
www.myrideonline.org
(800) 595 - 2172
(888) 913 - 2172
Other Information:
Hours of Operation:



Need to cancel a ride or
submit feedback?


Transportation Brochures:





Fuel Reimbursement:




Bus Transportation:
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm,
Non-Emergency Urgent Care:
24 hours, 7 days a week

www.myrideonline.org



King County:
English, Russian, Spanish
Snohomish County:
English, Russian, Spanish


Gas Card Quick Facts
Reimbursement Form
Reimbursement Letter


Orca Card Quick Facts

Medicaid Transportation -- In partnership with the Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS), Hopelink coordinates transportation to and from medical appointments for low income residents on Medicaid assistance. Hopelink arranges the most appropriate, least costly method of transportation.

DART -- Hopelink operates Dial-a-Ride Transit (DART) under a contract with King County Metro. DART offers variable routing in some areas within King County. It operates on a fixed schedule with more flexibility than regular Metro Transit buses. Request a DART pick-up

VETS-GO Veterans Transportation -- VETS-GO.com is an online resource for veterans, service members, and their families to find the right transportation options to fit their individual needs.

The VETS-GO website is designed to serve as a ‘one-click’ or single web destination for veterans, service members, their families to access the available transportation options in King County. VETS-GO aggregates a number of transportation services- from public transit, community shuttles, paratranist/access vehicles, airport shuttles, VA shuttles, trains, veteran service organization vans, ferries, and taxis- into a single website allowing users to find the best transportation option for their needs.

The site also features links to third party travel tools including regional trip planners, travel training programs, and a real-time traffic map. In addition, VETS-GO includes a Veterans Resources page that serves as a resource guide to connect site users to government agencies and veteran-focused community-based organizations that provide support in several areas such as housing, financial assistance, employment, legal assistance, education, and mental health. http://vets-go.com/

Hopelink Transportation also offers the following services:

  • Mobility Management - Help Getting Around. Tools for social service professionals to provide transit options information for their clients.
  • Schedulers at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle to arrange non-emergency patient and staff transportation and package delivery.
  • Schedulers at Seattle Children's Hospital arrange non-emergency patient transportation.
  • Brokering transportation for clients of contracting school districts, social service and healthcare agencies throughout King County.
  • Technical assistance, such as driver training and vehicle acquisition, to other organizations developing and operating transportation services.
Contact information:
  • General transportation information: 425.943.6789
  • Metro DART reservations: 866.261.3278
Useful documents and links: