Metro’s Tuesday evening commute time has ended with no significant service disruptions or delays to report.
Metro customers are advised to plan for delays and crowds during this week’s NFL events and Seahawks home opener in the Pioneer Square and stadium areas. Buses that normally operate along S Jackson Street in the Pioneer Square area will be rerouted. Visit Metro’s Service Advisories page before you travel to find out how your bus will be affected in that area. Crowding and traffic congestion related to this event could cause significant disruption to all traffic, as well as transit service that passes through downtown Seattle. Transit riders are advised to plan ahead, revise travel plans if necessary, allow plenty of time, expect significant delays, sign up for Transit Alerts and watch for additional information online and at bus stops.
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Please note the information below about service advisories and alerts due to known events in Metro’s service area.
Seahawks at CenturyLink Field – Home Opener
- Thursday, 9/4 at 5:30 PM;
- There will be no P&R shuttle service for this weekday game;
- Traffic in the SODO, Stadium, Pioneer Square & downtown Seattle
areas may be congested on game days;
- Ride regularly scheduled transit service to & from the game.
Long-Term Construction Reroutes –
Lake City – 35th Av NE between NE 95th St and NE 110th St
- Monday, 6/2 – Sunday, 11/30;
- Metro routes 64 & 65 are rerouted.
North Beach – NW Neptune Pl & Triton Dr NW
- Monday, 4/28/14 – Sunday, 4/26/15;
- Metro routes 18 & 61 are rerouted;
- Buses are traveling via a one-way counter-clockwise loop along NW 100th St, NW Neptune Pl and 24th Av NW.
Thank you for riding and for using Metro’s services.
We’ll return at 6:00 AM on Wednesday to help keep an Eye on Your Metro Commute.