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check mark ...Because traffic is always a mess!
check mark ...Because parking is often limited!
check mark ...Because we are a sustainable campus!


Consider alternative transportation to get you here!


 Commuter Services

ORCA Bus Pass Powered by U-PASS

ORCA powered U-Pass is a discounted student bus pass good for all 3 local bus systems.  Passes may be purchased for the upcoming quarter - and is renewable for successive quarters for registered students.   You must have your student ID card with you to buy an Orca powered U-Pass.

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.

Other Incentives

Riding the bus is more than just an opportunity to meet new people, way to work while you commute, or an easy way to catch up on some lost sleep. See the links below for more information or to find ways to cash in on some cool prizes!


Curb the Congestion - Incentive program for students and employees that pays you NOT to drive! 


Commuter Rewards - Employee specific program rewarding workers for choosing smart commutes. 


King County Metro Transit Get in Motion - Earn points and rewards through rideshareonline.com and other programs. 

Bikes on Campus

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.

Bus Service

Ten transit routes serve the UW Bothell and Cascadia College campus making over 400 stops each week day. Timetables are available at campus Transportation Centers in buildings UW1, UW2, the Library, and CC1. Most transit routes serving the campus operate from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays.

King County Metro Transit

Metro Transit covers all of King County. The bus stops on campus are on routes 238, 312, 372, and 931. For more information about specific routes and accessibility for disabled riders.  Visit King County Metro for more information.

Community Transit and Sound Transit

Community Transit covers the area from northern King County through southern Snohomish County. The bus stops on campus are on Community Transit routes 105, 106, 120, and 121 and Sound Transit (operated by Community Transit) routes 522 and 535. For more information about specific routes and accessibility for disabled riders, visit Community Transit.

Schedules are available at Kodiak Corner.  Or check on Live Bus Route Status for the Bothell Region.

North loop buses

Northeast side buses


Cascadia students, faculty and staff are eligible to participate.  Carpool priority parking is available at the North and South parking garages.  If you are interested present a completed Carpool Form at Kodiak Corner to join the program.

Electrical Vehicle Charging Stations

Electric car charging stations are available in the North and South garages.  The North garage stations are on street level.  south garage stations are on parking level three.  Vehicles must have a valid parking permit properly displayed.

Zimride Ride Share Program

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 Community with your Cascadia ID.