Daily Archives: April 6, 2011

Metro’s Wednesday PM Commute Wrap-up – Rt 186 Will Return to Normal Operation & Ms Season Starts This Friday, April 8th

At 7:00 PM, Metro’s Wednesday evening commute
is winding down and Rt 186 will return to normal operation
on Auburn-Enumclaw Rd & SE 400 St for the start of
tomorrow’s service.

The 2011 Ms season starts this Friday, 4/8.Traffic in the SODO, Stadium, Pioneer Square & downtown
Seattle areas may be congested on game days.

King County Metro Transit and its regional transit partners
can get Ms fans to and from points near Safeco Field via
transit-priority routes that are not shared by general purpose
traffic – the Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel (DSTT),
the SODO Busway and the Link light rail corridor – making
transit a great option for getting to and from games.

Fans should use regularly published schedules and expect
possible delays when traffic is heavy.  Regular fares apply.

Routes 15, 18, 21, 56 & 132 are rerouted off of 1st Av S in
both directions between S Lander St and S Atlantic St /
Edgar Martinez Dr S after weekday evening, weekend &
holiday games.  The rerouted buses serve all posted stops
along 4th Av S while on reroute.

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

Travel safely and have a great evening.

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

Metro’s Wednesday PM Commute Continues With Rt 186 Rerouted

Rt 186 is rerouted due to a blockage in both directions on
Auburn-Enumclaw Rd at SE 400 St.

Use stops on Auburn-Enumclaw Rd east of 180 Av SE
or north of SE 400 St, until further notice.

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

Thank you for your patience and for using Metro’s services.

Metro’s Wednesday PM Commute Continues Quietly & Ms Season Starts This Friday, April 8th

Metro’s Wednesday afternoon commute continues quietly
with no significant delays or disruptions in transit service
to report.

The 2011 Ms season starts this Friday, 4/8.

Traffic in the SODO, Stadium, Pioneer Square & downtown
Seattle areas may be congested on game days.

King County Metro Transit and its regional transit partners
can get Ms fans to and from points near Safeco Field via
transit-priority routes that are not shared by general purpose
traffic – the Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel (DSTT),
the SODO Busway and the Link light rail corridor – making
transit a great option for getting to and from games.

Fans should use regularly published schedules and expect
possible delays when traffic is heavy.  Regular fares apply.

Routes 15, 18, 21, 56 & 132 are rerouted off of 1st Av S in
both directions between S Lander St and S Atlantic St /
Edgar Martinez Dr S after weekday evening, weekend &
holiday games.  The rerouted buses serve all posted stops
along 4th Av S while on reroute.

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 Wednesday PM Commute Begins Quietly

At 3:00 PM, Metro’s Wednesday 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 Wednesday AM Commute Ends Quietly

Metro’s Wednesday morning commute is winding down with  
no significant delays or disruptions to report.

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

Travel safely and have a good day.

Metro’s Wednesday AM Commute Begins

Good morning and welcome.  Metro’s Wednesday morning
commute is underway and is moving smoothly with no
major delays in transit service to report.

We will be here this morning until 9:00 AM to keep an
Eye on Your Metro Commute.

Travel safely and have a great morning.