Getting Around Redmond
The City of Redmond strives to create and maintain a safe and efficient transportation system that provides a variety of ways for residents, visitors, and people who work here to get around.  As our goal to enhance rather than detract from our environment becomes more focused, Redmond continues to explore new and innovative ways to make connections.

Check out all that the City is doing. . .whether you decide to walk, bike, take a bus, or drive your car.

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National Pedestrian and Bicycle Documentation Project

The City of Redmond participates in the National Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation Project (NBPD), a collaboration among engineering firms, non-governmental organizations, public agencies, and citizen volunteers across the United States to gather statistics on pedestrian and bicycle travel. 

Bicycle volumes in Redmond were down 60% and pedestrian volumes were down 23% in 2011 compared with 2010.  However, these results do not amount to a trend.  Bicycling and walking were up between 2009 and 2010, and external factors like weather and travelway maintenance activities probably affected count totals in 2010.

Download the City of Redmond 2011 Bicycle and Pedestrian Count Report to learn more about the counts and see data for individual count sites.

Accommodations for Disabilities

The City of Redmond wants to ensure that programs and facilities are accessible to all residents in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

People with disabilities can request accommodation or accessibility by completing this form.  Your request will be received and reviewed by the City of Redmond's ADA Coordinator, who will respond via email within 15 business days, or prior to the program or event where accommodation or accessibility is needed.  

To reach the City's ADA Coordinator, call Patrick Koenig at 425.556.2178.