Local Transit Options

Find resources for public and alternative transportation options in Issaquah Highlands.


Several King County Metro and Sound Transit bus routes stop or originate at the Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride (P&R).

P&R Features

  • 1,000 parking spaces
  • EV charging stations
  • Bicycle racks

Routes and fares are subject to change; check the King County Metro and Sound Transit websites for updated information.

 Additional Resources:



Consider commuting to work with King County Metro Vanpool. Start your own vanpool or join more than one of the 1,500 vanpools already on the road.

Learn more about the King County Metro Vanpool program and how to start your own vanpool on the King County Metro website.

Want to join an existing vanpool? Find available routes at RideshareOnline.com.


Find an existing carpool or learn how to start your own at RideshareOnline.com.


SchoolPool helps families find others to carpool, walk, or bike together to and from school and is open to parents of students in all public and private elementary, middle, and high schools in King County. This is a free and secure program. Learn how to get started at RideshareOnline.com.

Work From Home

Highlands Fiber Network (HFN)

HFN is the Issaquah Highlands community-owned state-of-the-art fiber optic communication system delivering data, voice, and other advanced communication services to make working from home more convenient.

Learn how to get the most out of your HFN connection

Learn how HFN fits into the Issaquah Highlands community management structure.

Home-Based Businesses

Issaquah Highlands has designated home business districts and supports a variety of home-based businesses. Home-based businesses must meet certain requirements, and be approved by the Issaquah Highlands Community Association (IHCA).

Download the Issaquah Highland Home Business Application and Guidelines (PDF)  

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