Ten transit routes serve the UW Bothell and Cascadia College campus making over 400 stops each week day. Timetables are available in Kodiak Corner and the Library. Most transit routes operate from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays.
King County Metro Transit
- Route 522 Woodinville Park & Ride - Downtown Seattle Express
- Route 535 Lynnwood Transit Center - Bellevue Transit Center Express
Phone: 206.553.3000 or 1.800.542.7876
- Route 105/106 UW Bothell/Cascadia - Mariner Park & Ride
- Route 238 UW Bothell/Cascadia - Kirkland via Totem Lake
- Route 312 UW Bothell/Cascadia - Downtown Seattle
- Route 931 UW Bothell/Cascadia - Redmond via Woodinville
- Route 372 Woodinville Park & Ride - University District
The ORCA U-Pass
An individual U-Pass costs $91 per quarter. It allows unlimited travel for students,
faculty, and staff on King County Metro, Community Transit, Sound Transit, Kitsap
Transit, Everett Transit, Pierce Transit, the Sounder Commuter train, and Light Rail
which currently operates between Seattle and Tukwila.
To purchase your card just present a completed ORCA/Bus Pass Form at Kodiak Corner.
ORCA refunds follow our tuition 100% and 50% refund deadline policy.
No more circling! Beginning Friday, September 15, the Truly Express will shuttle commuters back and forth between campus and an overflow parking lot. The overflow lot is located just 1.2 miles from the center of campus at the Seattle Times. The Truly Express will run an out and back route every 20 minutes.
Shuttle departs from the Seattle Times parking lot at 19200 120th Ave NE, Bothell (see map below)
Shuttle will run approximately 3 times an hour.
Schedule coming soon.
The Truly Express will make three stops at campus:
West of Menchies on Bearsdlee
At the Beardslee Professional Building
On Campus Way NE just south of Campus Safety and Security
Look for signage with the Truly Express logo. Download and use the Truly Express app to track the shuttle.
Direct access between the Sammamish River Trail and the campus is available via the Burke-Gilman Trail (connecting the Sammamish River Trail, along SR 522, to the North Creek Trail, along North Creek east of I-405). The Sammamish River Trail provides regional connections for bicyclists and pedestrians. This trail extends west along Lake Washington through Kenmore, Lake Forest Park, and the University of Washington Seattle campus to Lake Union, and south along the Sammamish Slough to Redmond, Marymoor Park, and Lake Sammamish. For trail details and maps, visit King County recreation website.
Bicycle racks are located at:
- Campus Way NE and the north end of building CC2
- Promenade at the north end of building CC2
- West side of CC3.
Bike lockers may be rented through UWB Cashier's office in UW1 building. Visit UWB Bicycling and Pedestrian Access for more information.
Shower facilities are located on the lower level of CC1. Shower and lockers are located on the first floor of CC3.
Bothell Campus Zimride is a fun and easy way to find friends, classmates and colleagues
who are going the same way you are. Zimride makes it easy to share the seats in your
car or catch a ride.
Split the costs by driving fellow Bothell campus community members. Don't have a car? Find a ride where you need to go. You save money, protect the environment and have more fun when you share the ride.
Membership is free and easy. All UW Bothell students, staff, and faculty are eligible to sign-up for the campus Zimride Rideshare Communitywith your Cascadia ID.