Getting around Seattle: Migo or 21 apps get you from A to B!

Getting Around Seattle

Rideshare, Carshare, Taxis, Bikes, We’ve Got You Covered in Seattle with Migo!

It's amazing to think that there are 41 ways to get around Seattle, Washington and 21 of the best ways are available through an app! Choose between 3 carshare, 10 taxi, 4 rideshare, 3 bikeshare, or 4 black car/limo companies. The best 9 to get from A to B in Seattle are on Migo, whether you need the closest, cheapest, fastest and most dependable ride - and Migo has all of them in one app. You can also scroll down to see all the different apps available on iTunes or GooglePlay.

Exploring Seattle

Whether you want to visit the original Starbucks at Pike Place Market or be part of the 12th Man at CenturyLink Field, you’ve got to get there to enjoy being there! We make exploring the city easier by collecting lots of Seattle car services in one app, including alternatives to Uber like Lyft, Car2Go, taxi cabs, and even luxury car services.

Choose How to Get Around Seattle

Why flip from app to app in search of the best rates? Now you can get from this side of the city to that side of the city on your terms. Bike, drive yourself, or be chauffeured—it’s all possible with Migo, with in-app hailing/reservation and payment for most of our partners. And it’s easy to switch from one type of car service to another, depending on what works for you right now! We launched Migo in Seattle, Washington in April 2017 and have served up over 5,500 rides!

While Seattle is a great walking city, it’s the neighborhoods that really make Seattle come alive, and getting from neighborhood and neighboorhood to place is what Migo is all about.

You could drive or ride in any direction and end up at that needle in the sky, at the wall covered in gum, or one of many other cool spots. Here are some of the top destinations Migo customers travel to.

Route conditions and fares can change quickly, but luckily for you, we update them faster than the Seattle Streetcar moves through downtown. Whether it’s a rideshare or carshare from SeaTac airport, a taxi to the next bar, a bike to the waterfront, or anything else, you’re covered.

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Ride Share

423 reviews
$3.50
minimum fare
Get it on
-$7.00
minimum fare
Get Uber in the App StoreGet Uber on Google Play.
Taxi

90 reviews
$2.70
per mile
Get it on
-$2.70
per mile
Get it on

21 reviews
$2.70
per mile
Get it on

12 reviews
$2.70
per mile
Get it on
Car Share
-$0.35
per minute
Get it on
-$0.41
per minute
Get Reachnow in the App StoreGet Reachnow on Google Play.
Bike Share
-$1.00
per half hour
Get it on
-$1.00
per half hour
Get Spin in the App StoreGet Spin on Google Play.
-$1.00
per hour
Get Ofo in the App StoreGet Ofo on Google Play.
Black Car & Limo
-$5.20
per mile
Get Black Lane in the App StoreGet Black Lane on Google Play.
Transit
-$2.50
one way trip
Get OneBusAway in the App StoreGet OneBusAway on Google Play.
Ride Share

423 reviews
$3.50
minimum fare
Get it on
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-$7.00
minimum fare
Taxi

90 reviews
$2.70
per mile
Get it on
Migo App Icon - download the Migo app from the app store.
$2.70
per mile
Get it on
Migo App Icon - download the Migo app from the app store.

21 reviews
$2.70
per mile
Get it on
Migo App Icon - download the Migo app from the app store.

12 reviews
$2.70
per mile
Get it on
Migo App Icon - download the Migo app from the app store.
Car Share
-$0.35
per minute
Get it on
Migo App Icon - download the Migo app from the app store.
-$0.41
per minute
Bike Share
-$1.00
per half hour
Get it on
Migo App Icon - download the Migo app from the app store.
-$1.00
per half hour
-$1.00
per hour
Black Car & Limo
-$5.20
per mile
Transit
-$2.50
one way trip

Exploring Seattle

Whether you want to visit the original Starbucks at Pike Place Market or be part of the 12th Man at CenturyLink Field, you’ve got to get there to enjoy being there! We make exploring the city easier by collecting lots of Seattle car services in one app, including alternatives to Uber like Lyft, Car2Go, taxi cabs, and even luxury car services.

Choose How to Get Around Seattle

Why flip from app to app in search of the best rates? Now you can get from this side of the city to that side of the city on your terms. Bike, drive yourself, or be chauffeured—it’s all possible with Migo, with in-app hailing/reservation and payment for most of our partners. And it’s easy to switch from one type of car service to another, depending on what works for you right now! We launched Migo in Seattle, Washington in April 2017 and have served up over 5,500 rides!

While Seattle is a great walking city, it’s the neighborhoods that really make Seattle come alive, and getting from neighborhood and neighboorhood to place is what Migo is all about.

You could drive or ride in any direction and end up at that needle in the sky, at the wall covered in gum, or one of many other cool spots. Here are some of the top destinations Migo customers travel to.

Route conditions and fares can change quickly, but luckily for you, we update them faster than the Seattle Streetcar moves through downtown. Whether it’s a rideshare or carshare from SeaTac airport, a taxi to the next bar, a bike to the waterfront, or anything else, you’re covered.

Top Ways to Get to or from Sea-Tac (Seattle-Tacoma International Airport)

Getting to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEATAC or SEA) has never been easier! The cheapest way to go, hands down, is the new(ish) light rail, which runs from the University of Washington District through Capitol Hill, Pioneer Square, and all the way to right the parking garage at SEATAC, for about $3.00 from most downtown locations. Car Sharing Services, like Car2Go and BMW’s ReachNow, cost between $14 and $18 depending on the car type, but be aware that parking is off site and a short bus ride away at WallyPark. Ride share options to SEATAC, like Lyft and Uber, come in 3rd at $32 to $70 depending on car type and surge pricing. Rounding out the main options for rides to SEA are taxis, which run flat rates of $45 from downtown locations and are around $50-55 from most surrounding neighborhoods of Seattle.

Migo has 5 of the most popular options to get your from the Seattle area to SeaTac so you won’t miss your flight. If you want to compare locations, pickup time and costs, we’ve got you covered!

Getting to SEA

  • Take a Seattle Yellow Cab from Ballard
  • Take Car2Go from Pioneer Square
  • Take a Lyft from Wallingford

Getting from SEA

  • Take an Uber to South Lake Union
  • Take a Lyft to Queen Anne
  • Take a Seattle Yellow Cab to University District

Recent Routes in Seattle

Route conditions and fares can change quickly, but luckily for you, we update them faster than the Seattle Streetcar moves through downtown. Whether it’s a rideshare or carshare from SeaTac airport, a taxi to the next bar, a bike to the waterfront, or anything else, you’re covered.

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

Recent routes - Migo helps you find the best way to get from A to B

Queen Anne

Only: $38 with Lyft

Capitol Hill

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Downtown

Only: $7 with Car2Go

West Seattle

Recent routes - Migo helps you find the best way to get from A to B

Pioneer Square

Only: $18 with Yellow Cab

Top Routes in Seattle

Top Neighborhoods in Seattle

While Seattle is a great walking city, it’s the neighborhoods that really make Seattle come alive, and getting from neighborhood and neighboorhood to place is what Migo is all about.

Downtown Seattle

High-end department stores, award-winning restaurants, and craft cocktail joints line the streets of downtown.

Ballard

Are you a foodie looking for the hottest restaurants on the West Coast? Head for Ballard for a food lover’s smorgasbord of great choices.

West Seattle

Grab your friends, score a convertible through one of our carshare partners, and cruise down Alki Avenue for some outstanding scenery.

Capitol Hill

This neighborhood may have more coffeehouses than street signs—why not count them all and get some exercise on a bicycle?

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get around Seattle

Top Points of Interest in Seattle

You could drive or ride in any direction and end up at that needle in the sky, at the wall covered in gum, or one of many other cool spots. Here are some of the top destinations Migo customers travel to.

Space Needle

The drive from your downtown hotel to this Pacific Northwest landmark takes a matter of minutes, so be sure to pay a visit.

Pike Place Market

Air out your car after you pick up a few pounds of the freshest fish on earth at the greatest public market in America.

MoPOP

Ask your Lyft driver to throw on some Nirvana as you make your way to the MoPOP.

Woodland Park Zoo

As much as you and the kids would like to sneak a few cute animals back into your minivan, we wouldn’t recommend it.

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