Our members make our work possible

Since 1989, Move Redmond and our members have worked to make Redmond better place to walk, bike and take transit.  We bring together Redmond commuters, businesses, schools, public agencies, and elected officials to work towards a shared goal — make Redmond more accessible, inclusive, and within easy reach of everyone in the region.

Today, Redmond is diverse, growing, and worldly. Yet it’s also facing a squeeze. Your membership  directly supports our work in the community —
your support will help organize and educate commuters, residents and organizations to improve Redmond’s streets, trails, and transit.

Consulting Services

Provide printed materials promoting biking, walking, telework, & carpooling to work

1 annual employee transportation event provided at Member’s worksite & assist with any additional transportation events held by Member

Advice in development & implementation of transportation programs & services.

Connect Members to grant opportunities that provide incentives, transit passes, or physical improvements for Member’s commuters to walk, bike, carpool, telework, or take transit


Advocate for funding to improve transit, walking, & biking in and around Redmond, making it easier for employees to get to work

Connect members with decision makers, elected officials & agency partners through action alerts that are user friendly

Highlight Member success through press releases & award nominations, setting an example for other businesses

Inform Members of transportation policy changes that impact them through educational events like our Complete Streets Series, Bike Policy Rides, and Walk & Talks


Host meetings & workshops for Employee Transportation Coordinators to network & strategize

Educate Employee Transportation Coordinators on the latest state requirements

Lead on-site events at member organizations to provide resources for employees, including tabling, walk & talks, & more

Organize an Open Streets Festival where all members have the opportunity to connect with the public

Support your Employee Transportation Coordinator

Additional Services for Member with 500+ employees

Develop Long Term Strategy

  1. Investments & policies to meet commute program goals.
  2. Facilitate conversations with transportation decision makers & invite participation in our policy priorities & advocacy efforts

Immediate access to in-house expertise & broad network

  1. Data analysis, commuter surveying & data collection.
  2. Provide best practices in Transportation Demand Management

Membership Dues Structure

Learn more about membership

Members of Move Redmond

  • Create a stronger voice to shape Redmond’s streets, trails, and transit
  • Participate in our policy priorities and  advocacy
  • Take action to make Redmond more affordable and easier to reach for your employees, staff, & students
  • Contribute to Redmond’s small businesses, non-profits, and their employees
  • Win grants for transportation investments 
  • Consult with our policy experts
  • Receive guidance to make City & State regulation stress free

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Move Redmond,

Contact us!

Move Redmond Members:

Aerojet Rocketdyne
BE Meyers
Bright Horizons
FedEx Ground
Genie Industries, Inc

Honeywell Aerospace
Kennedy Wilson – Willows Commerce Park II & III
Kidder Mathews – Quadrant Willows Owners Association
Laguna South – Microsoft
Lake Washington School District
Microsoft Corporation
Millennium Corporate Park, L.L.C.
Nelson Legacy Group

Nintendo of America, Inc.
Overlake Christian Church
Redmond East Office Park
Redmond Marriott Town Center
Redmond Town Center
Redmond West on Willows
Swedish/Redmond Medical Center

United Parcel Service
Village at Overlake Station
Whole Foods
Willows Creek Corporate Center
425 Fitness