This page serves as resource with specific links and content on the most up-to-date information on these topics.
Back-to-Campus Information Links – for all current back-to-campus information
- UW link
- FH internal link
- PNRI information:
- Parking – Parking lots are currently free, and anticipated to remain free until the end of June.
- Carpool – Carpools are limited to two people per car.
- Biking – All Fred Hutch graduate students are now eligible for the bike repair/maintenance subsidy – please see information on this site under Bicycle Maintenance. If you have any issues, please contact Andrea Brocato.
- Concierge – The Fred Hutch Commute Concierge can assist with transportation planning.
- Private Shuttle Service – Leadership is exploring the possibility of sharing community partners’ shuttles, while they continue their own extended remote-work mandate. More information on this potential option will be shared as soon as it is available.
University of Washington
- Parking – Free parking is currently available in the E01 or E18 parking lots. There is currently no specific end-date, and is subject to change.
- Biking – Updates to bike house policies on this site.
- Concierge – The UW Commute Concierge can assist with transportation planning.
Multiple or All Institutions
- UW/Fred Hutch Shuttle – Shuttle service will resume service June 1 with a reduced schedule and new safety protocols. Shuttles will run every 30 minutes from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PM. 6 passenger per vehicle limit and required face covering will be strictly enforced. See UW’s page for details.
- Vanpool – King County Metro Vanpool has decreased the number of riders necessary for a vanpool while the stay-at-home mandate is in effect. This provides subsidized vanpools at two people (approved driver plus one passenger) per seven-passenger van and three people (approved driver plus two passengers) per 12- or 15-passenger van. To learn more or sign up, see Metro’s Emergency Vanpool page.
- Public Bus – We recognize the concerns that individuals may have about riding buses and other public transportation. We can share that King County Metro has put in place additional measures to help support the health of passengers, drivers and the community, including:
- Limiting passenger capacity (12 riders on 40’ buses; 18 riders on 60’ buses) to allow for physical distancing while riding.
- Requiring that drivers and passengers wear masks or face coverings.
- Expanding eligibility for the Metro Access program for customers with disabilities who are essential workers or are making essential trips.
- Extending its suspension of fares at least through the end of May.