Shoreline Community CollegeOdyssey Days: National Alternative Fuel Vehicle Day
About Odyssey Days

Co-Hosts

National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium
Puget Sound Clean Cities Coalition (PSCCC)

Sponsors

City of Shoreline

Mithun Architects+Designers+Planners

Clean Energy Fuels

710 KIRO Newsradio

Green Car Company

Pacific Science Center

WA State Rep. Maralyn Chase

Saybr Contractors, Inc.

Shoreline Chamber of Commerce

Clif Bar

Sustainable Ballard

Pacific Fluids, LLC

Prometheus Energy

Blue Brook Architecture, Inc.

Rallie Jamero III, Allstate Insurance Company

NetGreen

WA State Dept of Community, Trade and Economic Development

Imperium Renewables

TM&I - Travel, Meetings, & Incentives, Inc.

GM Alternative Fuels

Not a Number - Cards and Gifts

National Sponsors
 

HOW TO GET THERE

Odyssey Days will be held on the campus of Shoreline Community College (SCC), Washington State's only National Training Center for Alternative Fuels and Advanced Technology Vehicles and site of the Northwest Solar Center's "Zero Energy Home" designed and built by Washington State University energy research program students.

Shoreline Community College
16101 Greenwood Avenue North,
Shoreline, Washington 98133-5696
(206) 546-4101

Map of Odyssey Days activities will help you find your way around campus to each event.

Directions to the campus will help you get there and find parking.
(See important parking details below if driving)

Out-of-area directions to Shoreline Community College
Optionally consult Google Maps

DRIVING

Watch for signs directing you to available parking areas for Odyssey Days.

On Friday parking on campus will be limited due to classes in session (particularly in the morning).  Those arriving Friday morning are encouraged to consider parking in the off-campus overflow parking area behind Sears (enter from 160th).  A timely shuttle bus will transport you to campus.

On Saturday enter through the West Gate of campus for convenient event parking on campus.

People driving Alternative Fuel Vehicles (AFVs) to the event are invited to park in a specially reserved AFV parking area near the "Zero Energy Home" on Friday and Saturday.

TAKING THE BUS

Shoreline Community College is served directly by King County METRO Transit, with stops right at the front walk of the campus.  This service runs throughout the day approximately every half hour.  The routes serving the campus are: Route 330, Route 331, Route 345, Route 355, and Route 5.

Visit the METRO online Trip Planner to plan your specific trip.

CYCLING

Refer to the King County Bicycling Guidemap pg. 1 [PDF] for the best cycling routes in and around Shoreline (SCC is located at the red triangle just to the left of the word Shoreline on the map).  Consult the broader King County Bicycling Guidemap for details on neighboring areas.

Also pat your emission-free self on the back, and please join us in the Human-Powered and Light Electric Vehicle Rally.