The South Bellevue Park-and-Ride is schedule to close May 30 to make way for construction on the Sound Transit East Link Extension.
When East Link opens in 2023, Eastside commuters will be able to travel from downtown Bellevue to downtown Seattle in 20 minutes, according to transit projections.
However, for the next five years, getting to and from a destination may involve taking two bus trips in the place of one.
There are more than 50 park-and-rides on the Eastside. Visit the King County Metro Park-and-Ride Information page to learn more about existing park-and-ride options.
Sound Transit has opened six new park-and-ride lots served by existing transit service, expanded two lots and identified lots with available parking.
Many of the new park-and-ride lots are closer to the trip origin, but in some cases the trip will now involve a transfer. Sound Transit will continue to explore opportunities to lease park-and-ride lots served by ST Route 550. Find more information about park-and-ride options during East Link construction on the East Link Park-and-Ride Closure page.