In the Northshore community, transportation is a basic need. Without access to safe, reliable, efficient, and affordable transportation, older adults and people with disabilities may be unable to access medical care, groceries, or activities at our senior centers, which isolates these individuals and diminishes their quality of life.
Northshore Senior Center Transportation partners with King County Metro, Community Transit, Hopelink and other agencies to provide transportation options to our participants, including:
- Door-to-door service to Northshore & Kenmore Senior Centers and local medical appointments
- Weekly shopping trips
- Service to the Northshore Adult Day Center and Health & Wellness Center
- Individual trip planning for people using transit buses
- Information and referrals to volunteer transportation and other services
- Application forms for the Regional Reduced Fare Permit, Metro Access and Community Transit DART
- Medicaid transportation under a contract with Hopelink
All Northshore Senior Center Transportation mini-buses are wheelchair lift equipped, and we hire, train and expect our drivers to live up to our transportation motto: Safety, Courtesy, Comfort.
Northshore Senior Center Transportation has established a Customer Complaint Policy
to ensure that riders, caregivers, and the public can easily provide comments to our agency. We encourage all forms of customer comments including complaints, commendations, concerns, or suggestions.
For more information, contact the Transportation Office at (425) 286-1026.