Plenty of Options for Your Commute to Work from Ten Trails

Duty calls, and when not enjoying our countless community amenities, gorgeous brand new homes and open green spaces, many Ten Trails residents have to head to their places of work. Fortunately, living in this new master planned community offers many options for commuting to nearby cities.

Hop on the Sounder for your Seattle Commute 

Residents of Ten Trails who work in Seattle can opt to ride the Sounder train for their daily commute into the city. Just 13 miles from the community, Kent Station is just one stop, and a short 22-minute train ride from Seattle’s King Street Station. From there, commuters can walk to downtown office locations, or hop on the Link Light rail at the International District Station, just across 4th Avenue from the train depot.

Easy Access to Local Highways Freeways

Ten Trails is conveniently situated just minutes from Hwy 169 for Eastside commutes. For residents looking to access I-5, it’s just a short drive down Auburn-Black Diamond Road to Lake Holm Rd where drivers will find access to the freeway at the bottom of the hill.

Local Park and Rides

For travel to work by bus, there are several local park and rides where residents can catch a ride to nearby cities. These include the Park and Ride at 11903 SE Auburn-Black Diamond Rd. for carpool and vanpool parking only, the Black Diamond Masonic Lodge Park and Ride at 32532 3rd Avenue for Metro Route 143 to downtown Seattle and DART 907, and the nearby Maple Valley Park and Ride on Maple Valley-Black Diamond Road SE for Metro Route 143 and DART 907.


Our one-gig internet makes telecommuting easy from your new Ten Trails home! Residents who are lucky enough to work from home can enjoy the fastest internet available in the area for their at-home connection to their place of work. One-gig internet comes included with every home at Ten Trails!