Metro’s Wednesday PM Commute: Earlier delays in downtown Seattle are subsiding

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Metro Winter
Now is a good time to think ahead about your transit and commuting options if winter weather were to disrupt traffic, travel or transit operation in Metro’s service area.

While detailed information would be provided if and when service disruptions occur, riders can check the route maps on their timetables or visit the Metro Winter page in order to be prepared for Metro operation in snowy or icy conditions, and to have a plan.

Text your Stop ID or visit ‘Next Departures’ 
Riders can check the status of their service by signing up for Transit Alerts or by using Metro’s predictive tools. 

For the scheduled or predicted departure times, individual trip cancellations and other information about transit service at your stop,
Text your stop ID to 62550, or
~ Visit ‘Next Departures’ in Metro’s online Trip Planner.

Ride safely
Thank you riders for wearing a mask or face covering while riding on transit, and in all public spaces.

Metro appreciates riders’ observance of all safety and health guidelines.

  • Wear a mask or face covering in public and while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions and decals.
  • Watch for new or changing information.

Transit service may be interrupted by events or activities
In areas where there are crowds, traffic, weather or events disrupting normal travel patterns, transit riders are advised to be aware of conditions in their immediate area, such as street closures or detours.

Be prepared for delays or to make revisions to travel plans, such as using a different route or bus stop, depending on specific circumstances.

Transit riders are encouraged to know the alternate routes or stops that may be near their starting points and destinations.

Depending on the time and the nature of such events, Metro may not be able to provide real-time information or service updates via email or text.  Start and end times and other details for planned events may be subject to change.

We are here weekdays from 6-9 AM and 3-7 PM to help keep an Eye on your Metro Commute.

Metro’s Wednesday PM Commute: Possible service delays continue due to a civic march in downtown Seattle

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Metro Winter
Now is a good time to think ahead about your transit and commuting options if winter weather were to disrupt traffic, travel or transit operation in Metro’s service area.

While detailed information would be provided if and when service disruptions occur, riders can check the route maps on their timetables or visit the Metro Winter page in order to be prepared for Metro operation in snowy or icy conditions, and to have a plan.

Text your Stop ID or visit ‘Next Departures’ 
Riders can check the status of their service by signing up for Transit Alerts or by using Metro’s predictive tools. 

For the scheduled or predicted departure times, individual trip cancellations and other information about transit service at your stop,
Text your stop ID to 62550, or
~ Visit ‘Next Departures’ in Metro’s online Trip Planner.

Ride safely
Thank you riders for wearing a mask or face covering while riding on transit, and in all public spaces.

Metro appreciates riders’ observance of all safety and health guidelines.

  • Wear a mask or face covering in public and while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions and decals.
  • Watch for new or changing information.

Transit service may be interrupted by events or activities
In areas where there are crowds, traffic, weather or events disrupting normal travel patterns, transit riders are advised to be aware of conditions in their immediate area, such as street closures or detours.

Be prepared for delays or to make revisions to travel plans, such as using a different route or bus stop, depending on specific circumstances.

Transit riders are encouraged to know the alternate routes or stops that may be near their starting points and destinations.

Depending on the time and the nature of such events, Metro may not be able to provide real-time information or service updates via email or text.  Start and end times and other details for planned events may be subject to change.

We are here weekdays from 6-9 AM and 3-7 PM to help keep an Eye on your Metro Commute.

Metro’s Wednesday PM Commute: Expect possible delays for buses operating in downtown Seattle due to a civic march

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Expect possible delays for buses operating in downtown Seattle due to a civic march.

We apologize for the inconvenience, and we appreciate your patience.

Metro Winter
Now is a good time to think ahead about your transit and commuting options if winter weather were to disrupt traffic, travel or transit operation in Metro’s service area.

While detailed information would be provided if and when service disruptions occur, riders can check the route maps on their timetables or visit the Metro Winter page in order to be prepared for Metro operation in snowy or icy conditions, and to have a plan.

Text your Stop ID or visit ‘Next Departures’ 
Riders can check the status of their service by signing up for Transit Alerts or by using Metro’s predictive tools. 

For the scheduled or predicted departure times, individual trip cancellations and other information about transit service at your stop,
Text your stop ID to 62550, or
~ Visit ‘Next Departures’ in Metro’s online Trip Planner.

Ride safely
Thank you riders for wearing a mask or face covering while riding on transit, and in all public spaces.

Metro appreciates riders’ observance of all safety and health guidelines.

  • Wear a mask or face covering in public and while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions and decals.
  • Watch for new or changing information.

Transit service may be interrupted by events or activities
In areas where there are crowds, traffic, weather or events disrupting normal travel patterns, transit riders are advised to be aware of conditions in their immediate area, such as street closures or detours.

Be prepared for delays or to make revisions to travel plans, such as using a different route or bus stop, depending on specific circumstances.

Transit riders are encouraged to know the alternate routes or stops that may be near their starting points and destinations.

Depending on the time and the nature of such events, Metro may not be able to provide real-time information or service updates via email or text.  Start and end times and other details for planned events may be subject to change.

We are here weekdays from 6-9 AM and 3-7 PM to help keep an Eye on your Metro Commute.

Metro’s Wednesday PM Commute: Wearing a mask or face covering is required; try Text for Departures

Sign up for Transit Alerts.

Metro Winter
Now is a good time to think ahead about your transit and commuting options if winter weather were to disrupt traffic, travel or transit operation in Metro’s service area.

While detailed information would be provided if and when service disruptions occur, riders can check the route maps on their timetables or visit the Metro Winter page in order to be prepared for Metro operation in snowy or icy conditions, and to have a plan.

Text your Stop ID or visit ‘Next Departures’ 
Riders can check the status of their service by signing up for Transit Alerts or by using Metro’s predictive tools. 

For the scheduled or predicted departure times, individual trip cancellations and other information about transit service at your stop,
Text your stop ID to 62550, or
~ Visit ‘Next Departures’ in Metro’s online Trip Planner.

Ride safely
Thank you riders for wearing a mask or face covering while riding on transit, and in all public spaces.

Metro appreciates riders’ observance of all safety and health guidelines.

  • Wear a mask or face covering in public and while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions and decals.
  • Watch for new or changing information.

Transit service may be interrupted by events or activities
In areas where there are crowds, traffic, weather or events disrupting normal travel patterns, transit riders are advised to be aware of conditions in their immediate area, such as street closures or detours.

Be prepared for delays or to make revisions to travel plans, such as using a different route or bus stop, depending on specific circumstances.

Transit riders are encouraged to know the alternate routes or stops that may be near their starting points and destinations.

Depending on the time and the nature of such events, Metro may not be able to provide real-time information or service updates via email or text.  Start and end times and other details for planned events may be subject to change.

We are here weekdays from 6-9 AM and 3-7 PM to help keep an Eye on your Metro Commute.

Metro’s Wednesday PM Commute: Wearing a mask or face covering is required; try Text for Departures

Sign up for Transit Alerts.

Metro Winter
Now is a good time to think ahead about your transit and commuting options if winter weather were to disrupt traffic, travel or transit operation in Metro’s service area.

While detailed information would be provided if and when service disruptions occur, riders can check the route maps on their timetables or visit the Metro Winter page in order to be prepared for Metro operation in snowy or icy conditions, and to have a plan.

Text your Stop ID or visit ‘Next Departures’ 
Riders can check the status of their service by signing up for Transit Alerts or by using Metro’s predictive tools. 

For the scheduled or predicted departure times, individual trip cancellations and other information about transit service at your stop,
Text your stop ID to 62550, or
~ Visit ‘Next Departures’ in Metro’s online Trip Planner.

Ride safely
Thank you riders for wearing a mask or face covering while riding on transit, and in all public spaces.

Metro appreciates riders’ observance of all safety and health guidelines.

  • Wear a mask or face covering in public and while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions and decals.
  • Watch for new or changing information.

Transit service may be interrupted by events or activities
In areas where there are crowds, traffic, weather or events disrupting normal travel patterns, transit riders are advised to be aware of conditions in their immediate area, such as street closures or detours.

Be prepared for delays or to make revisions to travel plans, such as using a different route or bus stop, depending on specific circumstances.

Transit riders are encouraged to know the alternate routes or stops that may be near their starting points and destinations.

Depending on the time and the nature of such events, Metro may not be able to provide real-time information or service updates via email or text.  Start and end times and other details for planned events may be subject to change.

We are here weekdays from 6-9 AM and 3-7 PM to help keep an Eye on your Metro Commute.

Metro’s Wednesday PM Commute: Try Text for Departure; wearing a mask or face covering is required

Sign up for Transit Alerts.

Metro Winter
Now is a good time to think ahead about your transit and commuting options if winter weather were to disrupt traffic, travel or transit operation in Metro’s service area.

While detailed information would be provided if and when service disruptions occur, riders can check the route maps on their timetables or visit the Metro Winter page in order to be prepared for Metro operation in snowy or icy conditions, and to have a plan.

Text your Stop ID or visit ‘Next Departures’ 
Riders can check the status of their service by signing up for Transit Alerts or by using Metro’s predictive tools. 

For the scheduled or predicted departure times, individual trip cancellations and other information about transit service at your stop,
Text your stop ID to 62550, or
~ Visit ‘Next Departures’ in Metro’s online Trip Planner.

Ride safely
Thank you riders for wearing a mask or face covering while riding on transit, and in all public spaces.

Metro appreciates riders’ observance of all safety and health guidelines.

  • Wear a mask or face covering in public and while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions and decals.
  • Watch for new or changing information.

Transit service may be interrupted by events or activities
In areas where there are crowds, traffic, weather or events disrupting normal travel patterns, transit riders are advised to be aware of conditions in their immediate area, such as street closures or detours.

Be prepared for delays or to make revisions to travel plans, such as using a different route or bus stop, depending on specific circumstances.

Transit riders are encouraged to know the alternate routes or stops that may be near their starting points and destinations.

Depending on the time and the nature of such events, Metro may not be able to provide real-time information or service updates via email or text.  Start and end times and other details for planned events may be subject to change.

We are here weekdays from 6-9 AM and 3-7 PM to help keep an Eye on your Metro Commute.

Metro’s Wednesday AM Commute: Try Text for Departure; wearing a mask or face covering is required

Sign up for Transit Alerts.

Transit service may be interrupted by weather, events or activities
In areas where there are crowds, traffic, weather or events disrupting normal travel patterns or activities, transit riders are advised to be aware of conditions in their immediate vicinity, such as street closures or detours, and be prepared for delays or to make revisions to travel plans, such as using a different bus stop or a different route, based on specific circumstances.

Be prepared for unexpectedly revised traffic or routing, and for delays in transit service. Transit riders are encouraged to know the alternate routes or stops that may be near their starting points and destinations.

Depending on the time and the nature of such events, Metro may not be able to provide real-time information or service updates via email or text.  Event start and end times and other details may be subject to change.

Metro Winter
Now is a good time to think ahead about your transit and commuting options if winter weather were to disrupt traffic, travel or transit operation in Metro’s service area.

While detailed information would be provided if and when service disruptions occur, riders can check the route maps on their timetables or visit the Metro Winter page in order to be prepared for Metro operation in snowy or icy conditions, and to have a plan.

Text your Stop ID or visit ‘Next Departures’ 
Riders can check the status of their service by signing up for Transit Alerts or by using Metro’s predictive tools. 

For the scheduled or predicted departure times, individual trip cancellations and other information about transit service at your stop,
Text your stop ID to 62550, or
~ Visit ‘Next Departures’ in Metro’s online Trip Planner.

Ride safely
Thank you riders for wearing a mask or face covering while riding on transit, and in all public spaces.

Metro appreciates riders’ observance of all safety and health guidelines.

  • Wear a mask or face covering in public and while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions and decals.
  • Watch for new or changing information.

Transit service may be interrupted by events or activities
In areas where there are crowds, traffic, weather or events disrupting normal travel patterns, transit riders are advised to be aware of conditions in their immediate area, such as street closures or detours.

Be prepared for delays or to make revisions to travel plans, such as using a different route or bus stop, depending on specific circumstances.

Transit riders are encouraged to know the alternate routes or stops that may be near their starting points and destinations.

Depending on the time and the nature of such events, Metro may not be able to provide real-time information or service updates via email or text.  Start and end times and other details for planned events may be subject to change.

We are here weekdays from 6-9 AM and 3-7 PM to help keep an Eye on your Metro Commute.

Metro’s Wednesday AM Commute: Wearing a mask or face covering is required; try Text for Departures

Sign up for Transit Alerts.

Transit service may be interrupted by weather, events or activities
In areas where there are crowds, traffic, weather or events disrupting normal travel patterns or activities, transit riders are advised to be aware of conditions in their immediate vicinity, such as street closures or detours, and be prepared for delays or to make revisions to travel plans, such as using a different bus stop or a different route, based on specific circumstances.

Be prepared for unexpectedly revised traffic or routing, and for delays in transit service. Transit riders are encouraged to know the alternate routes or stops that may be near their starting points and destinations.

Depending on the time and the nature of such events, Metro may not be able to provide real-time information or service updates via email or text.  Event start and end times and other details may be subject to change.

Metro Winter
Now is a good time to think ahead about your transit and commuting options if winter weather were to disrupt traffic, travel or transit operation in Metro’s service area.

While detailed information would be provided if and when service disruptions occur, riders can check the route maps on their timetables or visit the Metro Winter page in order to be prepared for Metro operation in snowy or icy conditions, and to have a plan.

Text your Stop ID or visit ‘Next Departures’ 
Riders can check the status of their service by signing up for Transit Alerts or by using Metro’s predictive tools. 

For the scheduled or predicted departure times, individual trip cancellations and other information about transit service at your stop,
Text your stop ID to 62550, or
~ Visit ‘Next Departures’ in Metro’s online Trip Planner.

Ride safely
Thank you riders for wearing a mask or face covering while riding on transit, and in all public spaces.

Metro appreciates riders’ observance of all safety and health guidelines.

  • Wear a mask or face covering in public and while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions and decals.
  • Watch for new or changing information.

Transit service may be interrupted by events or activities
In areas where there are crowds, traffic, weather or events disrupting normal travel patterns, transit riders are advised to be aware of conditions in their immediate area, such as street closures or detours.

Be prepared for delays or to make revisions to travel plans, such as using a different route or bus stop, depending on specific circumstances.

Transit riders are encouraged to know the alternate routes or stops that may be near their starting points and destinations.

Depending on the time and the nature of such events, Metro may not be able to provide real-time information or service updates via email or text.  Start and end times and other details for planned events may be subject to change.

We are here weekdays from 6-9 AM and 3-7 PM to help keep an Eye on your Metro Commute.

Metro’s Wednesday AM Commute: Try Text for Departure; wearing a mask or face covering is required;

Sign up for Transit Alerts.

Transit service may be interrupted by weather, events or activities
In areas where there are crowds, traffic, weather or events disrupting normal travel patterns or activities, transit riders are advised to be aware of conditions in their immediate vicinity, such as street closures or detours, and be prepared for delays or to make revisions to travel plans, such as using a different bus stop or a different route, based on specific circumstances.

Be prepared for unexpectedly revised traffic or routing, and for delays in transit service. Transit riders are encouraged to know the alternate routes or stops that may be near their starting points and destinations.

Depending on the time and the nature of such events, Metro may not be able to provide real-time information or service updates via email or text.  Event start and end times and other details may be subject to change.

Metro Winter
Now is a good time to think ahead about your transit and commuting options if winter weather were to disrupt traffic, travel or transit operation in Metro’s service area.

While detailed information would be provided if and when service disruptions occur, riders can check the route maps on their timetables or visit the Metro Winter page in order to be prepared for Metro operation in snowy or icy conditions, and to have a plan.

Text your Stop ID or visit ‘Next Departures’ 
Riders can check the status of their service by signing up for Transit Alerts or by using Metro’s predictive tools. 

For the scheduled or predicted departure times, individual trip cancellations and other information about transit service at your stop,
Text your stop ID to 62550, or
~ Visit ‘Next Departures’ in Metro’s online Trip Planner.

Ride safely
Thank you riders for wearing a mask or face covering while riding on transit, and in all public spaces.

Metro appreciates riders’ observance of all safety and health guidelines.

  • Wear a mask or face covering in public and while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions and decals.
  • Watch for new or changing information.

Transit service may be interrupted by events or activities
In areas where there are crowds, traffic, weather or events disrupting normal travel patterns, transit riders are advised to be aware of conditions in their immediate area, such as street closures or detours.

Be prepared for delays or to make revisions to travel plans, such as using a different route or bus stop, depending on specific circumstances.

Transit riders are encouraged to know the alternate routes or stops that may be near their starting points and destinations.

Depending on the time and the nature of such events, Metro may not be able to provide real-time information or service updates via email or text.  Start and end times and other details for planned events may be subject to change.

We are here weekdays from 6-9 AM and 3-7 PM to help keep an Eye on your Metro Commute.

Metro’s Wednesday AM Commute: Wearing a mask or face covering is required; try Text for Departures

Sign up for Transit Alerts.

Transit service may be interrupted by weather, events or activities
In areas where there are crowds, traffic, weather or events disrupting normal travel patterns or activities, transit riders are advised to be aware of conditions in their immediate vicinity, such as street closures or detours, and be prepared for delays or to make revisions to travel plans, such as using a different bus stop or a different route, based on specific circumstances.

Be prepared for unexpectedly revised traffic or routing, and for delays in transit service. Transit riders are encouraged to know the alternate routes or stops that may be near their starting points and destinations.

Depending on the time and the nature of such events, Metro may not be able to provide real-time information or service updates via email or text.  Event start and end times and other details may be subject to change.

Metro Winter
Now is a good time to think ahead about your transit and commuting options if winter weather were to disrupt traffic, travel or transit operation in Metro’s service area.

While detailed information would be provided if and when service disruptions occur, riders can check the route maps on their timetables or visit the Metro Winter page in order to be prepared for Metro operation in snowy or icy conditions, and to have a plan.

Text your Stop ID or visit ‘Next Departures’ 
Riders can check the status of their service by signing up for Transit Alerts or by using Metro’s predictive tools. 

For the scheduled or predicted departure times, individual trip cancellations and other information about transit service at your stop,
Text your stop ID to 62550, or
~ Visit ‘Next Departures’ in Metro’s online Trip Planner.

Ride safely
Thank you riders for wearing a mask or face covering while riding on transit, and in all public spaces.

Metro appreciates riders’ observance of all safety and health guidelines.

  • Wear a mask or face covering in public and while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions and decals.
  • Watch for new or changing information.

Transit service may be interrupted by events or activities
In areas where there are crowds, traffic, weather or events disrupting normal travel patterns, transit riders are advised to be aware of conditions in their immediate area, such as street closures or detours.

Be prepared for delays or to make revisions to travel plans, such as using a different route or bus stop, depending on specific circumstances.

Transit riders are encouraged to know the alternate routes or stops that may be near their starting points and destinations.

Depending on the time and the nature of such events, Metro may not be able to provide real-time information or service updates via email or text.  Start and end times and other details for planned events may be subject to change.

We are here weekdays from 6-9 AM and 3-7 PM to help keep an Eye on your Metro Commute.