Daily Archives: December 28, 2010

Metro’s Tuesday PM Commute Wrap-up – Rt 234 Continues on Reroute & Metro Transit is on Snow Watch for Wednesday, Dec 29

At 7:00 PM, Metro’s Tuesday evening commute is winding down with Rt 234 rerouted due to a blockage at Northup Wy & 116 Av NE.

With snow showers in the forecast for Wednesday morning, King County Metro Transit is urging bus riders to prepare by making sure they are signed up for Transit Alerts at Metro Online and that they know the snow routing for the buses they will ride tomorrow.

Before traveling, riders should check www.kingcounty.gov/metro/snow for the most current status of Metro service. Updates to the online information will begin at 4 a.m.

Additionally, in observance of the winter holidays, Metro operates its reduced weekday and “when no UW” schedules from Dec 24-31.

During this time some entire routes are canceled and designated trips on other routes are canceled.  Canceled routes are designated in the service notes in timetables and on Metro’s online holiday information page.

Individual reduced weekday trips that are canceled are marked with an “H” in timetables.  Individual ‘when no UW’ trips that are canceled are marked with a “D” in timetables.  Regular fares apply on all weekdays. 

Effective January 1, there will be several fares changes for Metro riders.  For more information about these changes, visit http://metro.kingcounty.gov/.

We will return at 6:00 AM Wednesday morning to help keep an Eye on Your Metro Commute.

Thank you for riding and for using Metro’s services.

Route 234 – Rerouted due to blockage at Northup Wy & 116 Av NE

Rt 234 is rerouted due to a blockage at Northup Wy & 116 Av NE.
Use stops west of 112 Av NE or north of Northup Wy on 108 Av NE.
Thank you for you patience.

Metro’s Tuesday PM Commute Begins Quietly, Plus Reduced Weekday & When No UW Operation Dec 24-31

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

In observance of the winter holidays, Metro operates its reduced weekday and “when no UW” schedules from Dec 24-31.

During this time some entire routes are canceled and designated trips on other routes are canceled.

Canceled routes are designated in the service notes in timetables and on Metro’s online holiday information page.

Individual reduced weekday trips that are canceled are marked with an “H” in timetables.

Individual ‘when no UW’ trips that are canceled are marked with a “D” in timetables.

Regular fares apply on all weekdays. 

Effective January 1, there will be several fares changes for Metro riders.  For more information about these changes, visit http://metro.kingcounty.gov/.

We are here until 7:00 PM to help keep an Eye on Your Metro Commute.

Thank you for riding and for using Metro’s services.

Metro’s Tuesday Morning Commute Wrap-up, Plus Reduced Weekday & When No UW Operation Dec 24-31

At 9:00 AM, Metro’s Tuesday morning commute is winding down with no major delays or disruptions to report.

In observance of the winter holidays, Metro operates its reduced weekday and “when no UW” schedules from Dec 24-31.

During this time some entire routes are canceled and designated trips on other routes are canceled.

Canceled routes are designated in the service notes in timetables and on Metro’s online holiday information page.

Individual reduced weekday trips that are canceled are marked with an “H” in timetables.

Individual ‘when no UW’ trips that are canceled are marked with a “D” in timetables.

Regular fares apply on all weekdays. 

Effective January 1, there will be several fares changes for Metro riders.  For more information about these changes, visit http://metro.kingcounty.gov/.

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

Travel safely and have a great day.

Metro’s Tuesday Morning Commute Begins Quietly, Plus Reduced Weekday & When No UW Operation Dec 24-31

At 6:00 AM, Metro’s Tuesday morning commute begins quietly with no significant delays or disruptions in transit service to report.

In observance of the winter holidays, Metro operates its reduced weekday and “when no UW” schedules from Dec 24-31.

During this time some entire routes are canceled and designated trips on other routes are canceled.

Canceled routes are designated in the service notes in timetables and on Metro’s online holiday information page.

Individual reduced weekday trips that are canceled are marked with an “H” in timetables.

Individual ‘when no UW’ trips that are canceled are marked with a “D” in timetables.

Regular fares apply on all weekdays. 

Effective January 1, there will be several fares changes for Metro riders.  For more information about these changes, visit http://metro.kingcounty.gov/.

Travel safely and have a great day.