Located in the heart of Renton, this bustling hub serves as a crucial transportation nexus for our vibrant community. The Transit Center offers a convenient and reliable network of bus and rail connections. With a range of amenities and services, including covered waiting areas, real-time arrival information, and wheelchair accessibility, we strive to make your journey as comfortable and seamless as possible. Whether you’re a regular commuter or a first-time visitor, we invite you to discover the convenience and efficiency of the Renton City Transit Center. Hop on board and let us take you where you need to go!
Transportation From Nearby Schools
Cascade Elementary – Served by all-day route 148 and peak-only route 102
Renton Park Elementary – Served by all-day route 148 and peak-only route 102
Tiffany Park Elementary – The closest bus stop is ½ mile away at the route 148/102 stop on 116th Ave SE/SE 16th St.
Benson Hill Elementary School – Does not currently have fixed-route service nearby. The closest stops are about 2/3 of a mile away at the Route 160 stop at 108thAve SE/SE 186th St
Talbot Hill Elementary School – Served by all-day Route 160
Nelson Middle School – Served by all-day route 148 and peak-only route 102
Lindbergh High School – Served by all-day route 148 and peak-only route 102
Access Paratransit service is available for individuals with disabilities that meet eligibility criteria laid out in the Americans with Disabilities Act. The ADA Paratransit Program provides next-day, shared rides on Access Transportation within 3/4 of a mile on either side of non-commuter fixed route bus service during the times and on the days those routes are operating.
Eligible individuals can also:
- Travel to adjoining counties on the days and times their paratransit service operates
- Bring a Personal Care Attendant if such a need is documented during eligibility determination
- Bring one companion. Additional companions can ride on a space available basis.
The Access Ride Guide (English or Spanish) describes more about the service, including how to book a ride and what to expect on the day of the ride. Additional transportation options include Hyde Shuttle, which is a door-door van service for seniors and people with disabilities. Information on Hyde Shuttle service can be found here. More information may be added as bus routes are subject to change. In the meantime, please reach out if you have any further questions. We look forward to seeing what you all develop.