Monthly Archives: April 2011

Metro’s Friday Morning Commute is Underway; Weekend Events May Impact Your Service

 Good Morning!  Metro’s Friday morning commute is starting off smoothly with no major impacts or delays in service to report.

Please make note of these major events that may impact your commute this weekend:

March of Dimes Walk/Run; Seattle Center + surrounding streets; Cedar St between Denny Way and 2 Av; along 2 Av N/2 Av between Thomas St and Spring St.
Saturday, April 30 from 8:30 AM-11:00 AM

  • Service will be affected along the walk/run route. More information about this event is available on the March of Dimes website. For specific bus route information that is affected click here

Mayday March & Rally – Judkins Park, through downtown Seattle, ending at the Seattle Center.
Sunday, May 1 starting at Noon

  • Although no Metro or Metro operated Sound Transit service is rerouted because of this event, expect possible delays due to traffic volumes and marchers at the following locations:
    • West on S Jackson St from 20 Av
    • North on 4 Av
    • East on Broad St
    • North on 5 Av
  • There will be an SPD escort to assist marchers for this event

Bellevue Bus Stops Begin to Get RapidRide Makeover
Starting Monday, May 2

  • King County Metro Transit begins the renovation of many bus stops and shelters in Bellevue as work begins on the RapidRide B Line. To read the complete news release, click here. More information about the RapidRide B line can be found here.

Thank you for joining us this morning.  We will be here until at 9:00 AM  to help Keep an Eye on Your Metro Commute.

Metro’s Thursday PM Commmute Wrap Up; Weekend Events May Impact Your Service

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

Please make note of these major events that may impact your commute this weekend:

March of Dimes Walk/Run; Seattle Center + surrounding streets; Cedar St between Denny Way and 2 Av; along 2 Av N/2 Av between Thomas St and Spring St.
Saturday, April 30 from 8:30 AM-11:00 AM

  • Service will be affected along the walk/run route. More information about this event is available on the March of Dimes website. For specific bus route information that is affected click here

Mayday March & Rally – Judkins Park, through downtown Seattle, ending at the Seattle Center.
Sunday, May 1 starting at Noon

  • Although no Metro or Metro operated Sound Transit service is rerouted because of this event, expect possible delays due to traffic volumes and marchers at the following locations:
    • West on S Jackson St from 20 Av
    • North on 4 Av
    • East on Broad St
    • North on 5 Av
  • There will be an SPD escort to assist marchers for this event

Bellevue Bus Stops Begin to Get RapidRide Makeover
Starting Monday, May 2

  • King County Metro Transit begins the renovation of many bus stops and shelters in Bellevue as work begins on the RapidRide B Line. To read the complete news release, click here. More information about the RapidRide B line can be found here.

Thank you for joining us tonight.  We will return at 7:00 AM Friday morning to help Keep an Eye on Your Metro Commute.

Travel safely and have a great evening!

Route 72 Resumes Regular Service on NE 80 St between 20 Av NE and 25 Av NE

At 4:00 PM – Route 72 resumes regular service on NE 80 St betwen 20 Av NE and 25 Av NE.

Thank you for your patience.

Eye on Your Metro Commute is here until 7:00 p.m. to monitor and report on significant issues that may affect your commute. Thank you for joining us.

 Travel safely and have a great afternoon.

Route 72 Rerouted Off NE 80 St Between 20 Av NE and 25 Av NE

At 3:46 PM – Routes 72 rerouted off NE 80 St between 20 Av NE and 25 Av NE. Use stops on NE 80 St west of 20 Av NE or on Ravenna Av NE north of 25 Av NE. Until further notice.

Thank you for your patience.

Eye on Your Metro Commute is here until 7:00 p.m. to monitor and report on significant issues that may affect your commute. Thank you for joining us.

 Travel safely and have a great afternoon.

Metro’s Thursday PM Commute Begins Quietly; Major Events this Weekend May Impact Your Service

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

Please make note of these major events that may impact your commute this weekend:

March of Dimes Walk/Run; Seattle Center + surrounding streets; Cedar St between Denny Way and 2 Av; along 2 Av N/2 Av between Thomas St and Spring St.

Saturday, April 30 from 8:30 AM-11:00 AM

  • Service will be affected along the walk/run route. More information about this event is available on the March of Dimes website. For specific bus route information that is affected click here

Mayday March & Rally – Judkins Park, through downtown Seattle, ending at the Seattle Center.
Sunday, May 1 starting at Noon

  • Although no Metro or Metro operated Sound Transit service is rerouted because of this event, expect possible delays due to traffic volumes and marchers at the following locations:
    • West onS Jackson Stfrom 20 Av
    • North on 4 Av
    • East onBroad St
    • North on 5 Av
  • There will be an SPD escort to assist marchers for this event

Bellevue Bus Stops Begin to Get RapidRide Makeover
Starting Monday, May 2

  • King County Metro Transit begins the renovation of many bus stops and shelters in Bellevue as work begins on the RapidRide B Line. To read the complete news release, click here. More information about the RapidRide B line can be found here.

Eye on Your Metro Commute is here until 7:00 p.m. to monitor and report on significant issues that may affect your commute. Thank you for joining us.

 Travel safely and have a great afternoon.

Metro’s Thursday AM Commute Wrap-Up

Metro’s Thursday morning commute is winding down with no major delays in service to report.

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

Travel safely and have a great morning.

Metro’s Thursday AM Commute Begins And The West Seattle Water Taxi Will Resume Normal Service This Morning

At 6:00 AM – Metro’s Thursday morning commute is starting with no reports
of any major delays or disruptions.

The West Seattle Water Taxi will resume normal service Thursday morning, April 28th.

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

Travel safely and have a great day.