Metro’s Wednesday PM Commute: Route 2 to Madrona Park is currently rerouted off of Hubbell Pl due to congestion in the area

Route 2 to Madrona Park is currently rerouted off of Hubbell Pl due to congestion in the area.

Until further notice, use the temporary stop northbound on 8th Av just north of Spring St, or the regularly posted stops eastbound on Spring St west of Hubbell Pl or eastbound on Seneca St east of 8th Av.

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

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

Transit riders, are advised of very hot weather conditions this week; be safe and stay hydrated, while traveling and at events.

Please note the information below about service advisories and alerts due to significant events and construction in Metro’s service area. Visit Metro’s Service Advisories page for a complete list.

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I-90 Closures for Seafair Air Show Events

Magnolia Summer Fest

Magnolia SeaFair Parade

Auburn Farmers Market

  • Sundays only, through 9/24, 6:00 AM–5:00 PM
  • Metro routes 180 & 181 will be rerouted.

Long-term Construction Reroutes

120th Av NE is closed between Totem Lake Blvd & NE 128th St

  • Through Sunday, 12/31 – at all times;
  • Metro routes 235, 236, 238 and 277 are rerouted.

Main St is closed in downtown Bothell

  • Through Sunday, 12/31 – at all times;
  • Metro routes 243, 312, 342, 372 and Sound Transit Route ST 522 are rerouted.

Long-term Construction Closures

The South Bellevue Park-and-Ride closure

  • Through mid-year 2022 for East Link construction.
  • Metro Route 241 & Sound Transit Express routes 550, 555 and 556 are affected.  During this time, use the stop on Bellevue Way SE just north of 112th Av SE, across the street from the park-and-ride.
  • Heading toward the Bellevue Transit Center, these routes will continue to serve the stop on Bellevue Way SE, just outside the park-and-ride.
  • Visit Sound Transit for information about the East Link project, and alternate park-and-ride options.
  • Visit Metro Online for complete information about Metro and regional transportation services.
  • Visit Metro’s online or mobile Puget Sound Trip Planner to plan your travel, and for bus stop, schedule and other information.
  • Visit the Just One Trip website for information about travel options.

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