Resources

Buying local reduces the need to drive. Try biking, walking or taking transit when going local in Redmond and you'll be sure to save time and money, while reducing stress. Here are a variety of travel resources to help with your trip.

  • The City of Redmond offers a variety of maps to help guide your trip.
  • Jump on the RapidRide B Line, King County Metro's frequent transit service between downtown Redmond and Bellevue via Grass Lawn, Overlake and Crossroads. Find additional transit routes on Metro's Trip Planner
  • Redmond Residents - Log your non-driving trips on the Think Redmond Trip Log and earn valuable prizes. Simply set up an R-TRIP account and start logging trips today.

Helpful Links

OneRedmond

OneRedmond works to increase the number of high wage jobs, cultivate partnerships between business and education, and implement entrepreneur and small business growth programs to drive consistent economic expansion and continuous community enhancement.

City of Redmond
The City of Redmond is committed to a healthy, vibrant business community with a solid mix of large and small companies, including opportunities for entrepreneurs. This is achieved through collaboration and partnerships between the City and businesses.

Redmond Trip Resource & Incentive Program
R-TRIP, the Redmond Trip Resource & Incentive Program, rewards Redmond residents and employees for choosing alternatives to driving alone. Using options such as biking, walking, carpooling, vanpooling or riding the bus helps to improve traffic and air quality in Redmond. Find rewards, incentives, commute subsidies and online resources at GOrtrip.com.

Redmond Tourism
Redmond boasts a large variety of things to see and do. Whether you are planning a business trip, a romantic getaway or a family adventure, Redmond has something for everyone to explore. Find hotels, restaurants, shopping and more at ExperienceRedmond.com.

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