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Civil Rights, Accessibility & Bikes

The streetcar is accessible and easy to board for all users. The streetcar features low floors and high platforms for a minimal gap between platform and streetcar, and also features wheelchair ramps that automatically deploy upon the press of a blue button from inside or outside of the car. The streetcar also features both audio and digital display stop announcements. Reasonable accommodations for accessibility is available. 

Bikes are allowed, space permitting, in the center section of the streetcars. Please use the bike racks, located in the center section of the First Hill streetcars and new South Lake Union streetcar, when available.  If the racks are occupied or if you are on a South Lake Union streetcar without racks, please hold your bike upright while riding.

Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act

The Americans with Disabilities Act, Title II, states, in part, that “no otherwise qualified disabled individual shall, solely by reason of such disability, be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in programs, services or activities sponsored by a public entity.” Seattle is committed to complying with the requirements of Title II of the ADA in all of its programs, services, benefits and activities.

For more information regarding the City of Seattle and Title II of the ADA, please visit

Accommodations for Individuals with Disabilities

Seattle Streetcar service provider King County Metro provides equal access to all its services. Whether it is taking a bus, streetcar, planning a trip, or trying out one of its many Rideshare programs, King County Metro is committed to getting you where you want to go.

For more information regarding King County Metro’s Accessible Services, please click here.

You may also contact Holly Delcambre, City of Seattle ADA Coordinator, to address the issue with help from the City. Her contact details are below under Title II Grievance Process.

Service Animals

Service animals are welcome on the Seattle Streetcar at no additional charge. This includes animals-in-training accompanied by a trainer or person with a disability.

Title II Grievance Process

If you feel that the City of Seattle has failed to accommodate your disability or provide you with equal access to a City activity, program or service, you have a few options:

  • Work with Holly Delcambre, City of Seattle ADA Coordinator, to resolve the issue directly with the City department
    Email: ADA coordinator
    Voice: 206-684-2489 (CITY)
    TTY: 7-1-1
    Department of Finance and Administrative Services
    700 Fifth Ave., Suite 5200
    P.O. Box 94689
    Seattle, WA 98124-4689
  • Grievance process
  • File a grievance or a charge with the Seattle Office for Civil Rights

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