Metro’s Friday afternoon commute ends quietly with no significant delays or disruptions in transit service to report.
Please note the information below about other service impacts in Metro’s service area.
Seahawks game tonight – CenturyLink Field at 7:30 PM
Beginning with the first regular season home game on September 25, Metro will be providing special park & ride lot service for Seahawk weekend games this season. Service will run between various park & ride lots and CenturyLink field.
- Saturday, September 3 through Monday, September 5.
- 10:30 AM-11:30 PM each day.
- Shuttle service will be provided from Northgate Transit Center to the Seattle Center.
- $2.50 each way.
Husky Football Game
- Saturday, September 3.
- 4:00 PM, Husky Stadium.
- Free Husky shuttle service will be provided from various park & ride lots.
- Rts 31, 44, 65, 68 & 75 will be rerouted during this event.
Bothell Labor Day Half Marathon
- Monday, September 5.
- 9:00 AM-11:30 AM.
- Rts 236, 238, ST 522 will be rerouted during this event.
- Monday, September 5, most Metro Transit service will operate on a Sunday schedule. If a route does not normally run on Sunday, there is no service on Labor Day. Sunday fares will be in effect on Metro bus routes on Labor Day.
Evergreen Point Bridge P&R on SR-520 has been moved to a new temporary location
As of July 25, Metro Transit’s Evergreen Point Bridge P&R was moved to a new temporary location and the number of parking spaces was reduced.
- This location will be used for about two years to allow for construction
of the Washington State Department of Transportation’s (WSDOT)Eastside Transit & HOV Project.
- The new temporary lot is located just north of the original P&R on the north side of SR-520 at Evergreen Point Road & NE 32nd St in Medina.
- Capacity at the temporary lot is reduced from 50 to 19 stalls.
- When the new P&R opens in 2013, the 50 stall capacity will be restored.
The Mt Baker Link Station elevator to & from the southbound platform is out of service. The northbound platform elevator is operating.
- Until repairs are made, southbound passengers who require the use of the elevator should ride instead north to Beacon Hill and transfer to a southbound train.
- Southbound passengers who want to exit at Mt Baker should ride to Columbia City & transfer to a northbound train.
We will return on Tuesday, September at 6:00 AM to help keep an Eye on Your Metro Commute.
Travel safely and have a pleasant holiday weekend.