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Welcome to Kirkland Green Trip!

We’re here to help Kirkland residents, employees, and employers choose alternatives to driving alone and build employee commute programs that make Kirkland a greener place to do business. It’s easier than you think, and there’s a lot in it for you.
Save money. Driving alone is the most expensive commute option. Enter your commute details into this Commute Cost Calculator, and see how much you could be saving—including wear and tear on your vehicle.
Save time. Ah, the HOV lanes. Carpools, vanpools, and buses get to use them for free.
Earn rewards. Gift cards and more! Details are right here.
Simplify your life. Why frazzle yourself fighting traffic 20 or more days a month? Try travel alternatives even once a week, and start enjoying the morning paper, or a favorite book, or just relax with your coffee.

Here’s how it works:

Kirkland Green Trip (KGT) is a personal travel management site that puts all your travel information and options in one place. You'll be able to:
  • Access resources and learn about different travel options.
  • Find carpools, vanpools, or bike buddies with our easy interactive system.
  • Track your travel in a trip log calendar.
  • Earn rewards for using travel alternatives.
  • Track how your efforts help keep Kirkland's air clean.
  • Calculate how much you can save.

News

  • KGT Business Grant – now accepting applications! The application for Kirkland Green Trip business grants is now opened! Until July 15, 2017, KGT is accepting applications for up to $7,000 in grant funding for transportation programs for eligible employers and property managers. Learn more on the Grants page or contact KGT staff today to learn more about eligibility, discuss potential projects for the grant, and develop a commuter transportation program at your worksite. Submit the completed application packet to support@kirklandgreentrip.com by July 15, 2017.
  • Overlake Transit Center Park-and-Ride closed from May 1: South Bellevue Park-and-Ride closed as of May 31. Plan your new commute now using Sound Transit's resources here or ask for a custom commute plan here.
  • June is Ride Transit Month! Take the pledge to take transit three times in June and be eligible for prizes all month long! Learn more and take the pledge with Transportation Choices here.
  • Do you use transit in the SR 520 corridor? Metro and Sound Transit are reaching out to transit riders and communities to get input on transit service in the SR 520 corridor. Take the survey or attend an outreach event to get involved. Learn more here.
  • Innovation Triangle launches community survey to explore demand for carsharing: Take the survey today.
  • Stay up to date! Follow City of Kirkland news releases here.