Metro’s Friday PM Commute: Weekend Link bus Shuttles between downtown Seattle & Mt Baker, Alaskan Way Viaduct reroutes and more are on Metro Online

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Ride Metro bus service and allow extra time between downtown Seattle and Mount Baker Station

  • Saturday, March 28 & Sunday, March 29;
  • Link light rail will not operate north of Mt Baker Station.
  • Link bus Shuttle Route 97 serving between downtown Seattle and Mt Baker TC – Bay 3; not serving Beacon Hill or SODO; use local Metro service to these destinations.
  • The downtown tunnel is open to normal bus service.

What will change when Link comes to Capitol Hill and the UW?

Starting in 2016, Sound Transit’s University Link light rail extension will connect the University District with Capitol Hill, downtown Seattle, Rainier Valley, and Sea-Tac Airport. The Link extension will add two stations: one on Capitol Hill, at Broadway and E John Street, and one at the University of Washington’s Husky Stadium.

Vision Workshop: Help shape the future of Metro Transit

Come hear a panel of experts speak, and share your own ideas in a break-out session this Tuesday, March 31, from 6:00-8:00 PM at the Seattle Central Library in the Microsoft Auditorium (1000 Fourth Avenue Seattle, WA 98104).

Get Involved! Send us your questions to ask the speakers at www.kcmetrovision.org.

Please note the information below about service advisories and alerts due to known events in Metro’s service area.

Construction -

Aurora Avenue North between Denny Way & Valley St

Alaskan Way Viaduct Weekend Closure

Events -

Magnolia Little League Parade

Sounders FC match

  • Saturday, 4/4 at 7:00 PM;
  • Ride regularly scheduled Transit service to or near CenturyLink Field.  There is no premium or special Transit service provided by Metro;
  • Expect traffic & possible Transit delays before and after games on routes that serve SODO, Stadium, Pioneer Square & downtown Seattle area;
  • Regular fares apply.

Long-Term Construction Reroute –

NW Neptune Pl & Triton Dr NW

  • Monday, 4/28/14–Sunday, 4/26/15;
  • Metro Route 18 is rerouted in the North Beach area;
  • Buses are traveling via a one-way counter-clockwise loop along
    NW 100th St, NW Neptune Pl and 24th Av NW.

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

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

Transit service delays for buses heading into downtown Seattle are beginning to subside

Transit service delays for buses heading into downtown Seattle are beginning to subside as traffic thins out and the evening commute winds down.

Expect some delays to continue for buses traveling near the Convention Center in downtown Seattle.

Again, thank you for your patience.

Weekend Link bus Shuttles between downtown Seattle & Mt Baker

Ride Metro bus service and allow extra time between downtown Seattle and Mount Baker Station

  • Saturday, March 28 & Sunday, March 29;
  • Link light rail will not operate north of Mt Baker Station.
  • Link bus Shuttle Route 97 serving between downtown Seattle and Mt Baker TC – Bay 3; not serving Beacon Hill or SODO; use local Metro service to these destinations.
  • The downtown tunnel is open to normal bus service.

Routes 120, 125 & RapidRide C Line service delays should begin to improve

Routes 120, 125 & RapidRide C Line service delays should begin to improve.

The earlier blockage on the Alaskan Way Viaduct has been cleared.

 

Transit service delays persist for buses heading onto downtown Seattle

Transit service delays persist for buses heading onto downtown Seattle.  Particularly hard hit are buses traveling across the Lake Washington bridges and from the north end on I-5.

Thank you for your patience.

 

Routes 120, 125 & RapidRide C Line delays are in the northbound direction only

Routes 120, 125 & RapidRide C Line delays are in the northbound direction only.

Routes 120, 125 & RapidRide C Line are experiencing significant service delays

Routes 120, 125 & RapidRide C Line are experiencing significant service delays due to a blockage on the Alaskan Way Viaduct.

Thank you for your patience.