Station Access Map

We made a pocket-sized map to help you connect to the 2 Line light rail by walking, rolling, and transit. Our Station Access Maps will serve as a resource for everyone looking to access light rail without the need for a car. They offer safety information, highlighting areas of caution, such as busy intersections, with turning vehicles, and identifying steep grades that may pose challenges for wheelchair users. Additionally, printed versions will include information on how to reload your ORCA card, use BikeLink Lockers, and schedule a community van ride!

We want to give a special thank you to Oran Viriyincy for his hard work and dedication in developing our Station Access Map and Maritza Lauriano for photo and design layout on printed versions!

Huge thank you to Sound TransitKing County MetroGo Redmond, and Choose Your Way Bellevue for sponsoring our Station Access Maps!

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Move Redmond is here to support you access the 2 line light rail without the need for a car, providing you with valuable resources and information you may need to know. Check them out below:

Bikes & Transit

All the 2 Line light rail stations have bike parking, including bike racks and bike lockers. Bike lockers are available to rent through BikeLink for $0.05/hour. Utilize the BikeLink app or get a card online at Bikes are allowed on Link light rail. Look for the bike icon on the doors. You may either hang your bike on the hook or stand next to your bike.

Community Van

Community vans are another great option for arranging groups to access light rail or go from light rail to a destination. These passenger vans can fit 6-12 people and are ADA accessible. Rides must be pre-scheduled and have at least two passengers, plus the volunteer driver. The cost is $2.75 and you can use ORCA Cards, the Transit GO app, or Human Services tickets to pay for the van. To schedule a ride call (425) 943-6721 or email

Reload your ORCA Card 

Login to the MyORCA App to register your ORCA card, add money to your card, and manage your account. To find retail locations to manage or purchase an ORCA card go to

Youth Ride Free

Youth 18 years and younger ride free thanks to Move Ahead Washington, a statewide transportation funding package. Learn more about free youth transit and how you can get a Free Youth Orca Card at

Thank you to our sponsors!