Monthly Archives: November 2010

Metro’s Monday Morning Commute Is Winding Down.

At 9:00 AM – Metro’s Monday morning commute is winding down with all Metro service on snow reroutes. Snow routes & service cancelations due to snow or other events are not reflected in Trip Planner itineraries. Please check the Snow, Ice & flood page for details and updates and make the necessary adjustments to your travel plans.

We will return at 3:00 PM to help keep an Eye on Your Metro Commute.

Travel safely and have a great day.

Metro Transit Monday Morning Buses On Snow Route.

At 6:00 AM – Metro’s Monday morning commute is underway with all Metro service on snow reroutes. Snow routes & service cancelations due to snow or other events are not reflected in Trip Planner itineraries. Please check the Snow, Ice & flood page for details and updates and make the necessary adjustments to your travel plans.

Travel safely and have a great day.

Metro’s Monday PM Commute Buses On Snow Reroute

At 3:00 PM – Metro’s Monday afternoon commute is underway with all Metro service on snow reroutes. Snow routes & service cancelations due to snow or other events are not reflected in Trip Planner itineraries. Please check the Snow, Ice & flood page for details and updates and make the necessary adjustments to your travel plans.

Thank you for joining us today. We are here until
7:00 PM to help keep an Eye on Your Metro Commute.

Metro’s Friday PM Commute Wrap-up

At 7:30 PM, Metro’s Friday evening commute
is winding down with no significant disruptions
or delays in transit service to report.

Thank you for joining us today.  We will return
at 6:00 AM Monday morning to help keep an
Eye on Your Metro Commute.

Travel safely and have a great evening.

Metro’s Friday PM Commute Begins Quietly

At 3:12 PM, Metro’s Friday afternoon commute
begins quietly with no significant delays or disruptions
in transit service to report.

Thank you for joining us today.  We are here until
7:00 PM to help keep an Eye on Your Metro Commute.

Travel safely and have a great afternoon.

Metro’s Friday Morning Commute Wrap-up

Friday’s morning commute is winding down with
no significant issues to report.

We will return for the PM Commute starting at
3:00 PM this afternoon to help keep an “Eye
on Your Metro Commute”.

Have a great morning!

Metro’s Friday Morning Commute Begins Quietly

As the Friday morning commute begins, there are
no major delays or disruptions in the Metro service
area to report.

We will be here until 9:00 AM to help keep an
“Eye on Your Metro Commute”.

Have a good day and travel safely.

Metro’s Thursday PM Commute Wrap-up

At 7:00 PM, Metro’s Thursday evening commute
is winding down with no significant disruptions
or delays in transit service to report.

Thank you for joining us today.  We will return
at 6:00 AM Friday morning to help keep an
Eye on Your Metro Commute.

Travel safely and have a great evening.

Metro’s Thursday PM Commute Begins Quietly & Husky Football Tonight

At 3:00 PM, Metro’s Thursday afternoon commute
begins quietly with no significant delays or disruptions
in transit service to report.

Thank you for joining us today.  We are here until
7:00 PM to help keep an Eye on Your Metro Commute.

Travel safely and have a great afternoon.

Husky Football Game
Tonight, Thursday, November 18, 2010
Kick-off 5:00 p.m.

The UW Huskies host UCLA tonight, Thursday, Nov. 18, in a rare
weeknight football game. Kickoff is at 5 p.m. and traffic is expected
to be significantly congested in and around the University District
and Montlake before and after the game.

Bus riders should expect UW and Montlake area traffic-related
delays Thursday afternoon and evening that could spread beyond
the U District.

Starting at 2:30 p.m., King County Metro bus routes that normally
travel on the UW campus will be rerouted due to expected traffic levels.
Additional post-game reroutes start during the third quarter. Check
rider alerts for reroutes for routes 31, 44, 65, 67, 68, 75, 205, 271, 272,
277, 372, 373 & ST 540.

Buses that travel on streets adjacent to the campus are expected to remain
on regular routes, but will likely be delayed by traffic congestion.

Metro will operate a temporary shuttle on Thursday from 2:30 p.m. to
8 p.m. that will loop through the UW campus to help students and staff
connect to regular Metro service on 15th Ave NE.

Metro will not provide special bus service to the game as it does on
weekends, because buses will be busy with regular service.

Fans are encouraged to ride regular public transportation or the
Husky charter service to get to and from the game.

For more information about transportation options for the game, visit www.gohuskies.com/transportation/ucla.html.

Thanks for using Metro’s services.

Metro’s Thursday Morning Commute Wrap-up and Husky Football Tonight

At 9:00 AM, Metro’s Thursday morning commute
is winding down with no significant delays or disruptions
in Metro service to report.

Thank you for joining us today.  We will return at
3:00 PM to help keep an Eye on Your Metro Commute.

Travel safely and have a great morning.

Husky Football Game
Tonight, Thursday, November 18, 2010
Kick-off 5:00 p.m.

The UW Huskies host UCLA this Thursday, Nov. 18, in a rare weeknight football game. Kickoff is at 5 p.m. and traffic is expected to be significantly congested in and around the University District and Montlake before and after the game.

Bus riders should expect UW and Montlake area traffic-related delays Thursday afternoon and evening that could spread beyond the U District.

Starting at 2:30 p.m., King County Metro bus routes that normally travel on the UW campus will be rerouted due to expected traffic levels.  Additional post-game reroutes start during the third quarter. Check rider alerts for reroutes for routes 31, 44, 65, 67, 68, 75, 205, 271, 272, 277, 372, 373 & ST 540.

Buses that travel on streets adjacent to the campus are expected to remain on regular routes, but will likely be delayed by traffic congestion.

Metro will operate a temporary shuttle on Thursday from 2:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. that will loop through the UW campus to help students and staff connect to regular Metro service on 15th Ave NE.

Metro will not provide special bus service to the game as it does on weekends, because buses will be busy with regular service.

Fans are encouraged to ride regular public transportation or the Husky charter service to get to and from the game.

For more information about transportation options for the game, visit www.gohuskies.com/transportation/ucla.html.

Thanks for using Metro’s services.