Daily Archives: June 29, 2018

Metro’s Friday PM Commute: Service delays are expected to subside as the peak commute winds down…

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

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Event Reroutes

Mariners Home Stand

  • Fri, 6/29 at 7:10 PM,
  • Sat, 6/30 at 7:10 PM,
  • Sun, 7/1 at 1:10 PM;
  • There is no premium or special transit service to or from games.
  • Ride regularly scheduled transit service to & from games.
  • Lots of transit service goes near Safeco Field.
  • Route 21 will operate via a post-game reroute for all Mariners home games.
  • On Friday, 6/29 routes 116, 118 & 119 will be affected by a post-game reroute.
  • There is no transit service on 1st Av S north of S Lander St.

Sounders FC match

Special Olympics USA Games Opening Ceremony
On Sunday, July 1, expect possible significant transit delays around Husky Stadium and the University District due to the Special Olympics Games opening ceremony at Husky Stadium.

While there are no pre-planned transit reroutes, increased vehicle and pedestrian traffic in the area could affect transit service.

Riding Link light rail is the best way to get from south King County, the Rainier Valley, Beacon Hill, downtown Seattle and Capitol Hill to the opening ceremonies at Husky Stadium. UW Link Station is located just outside Husky Stadium.  The Link corridor is served by parking capacity at Tukwila International Blvd Station and Angle Lake Station.

Attention ORCA and TransitGo pass and ticket buyers
Effective July 1, Metro is switching to a new simple fare of $2.75 for all
regular adult fare passengers. Metro riders will no longer pay additional
surcharges for fare zones or travel during peak commute hours. Watch
for additional information from your fare payment system of choice, and
plan to make any necessary revisions starting with your July pass or ticket
purchase. This is a revision to Metro fares. For other agencies’ fares,
please visit their respective sites.

Get around the region with the Puget Sound Trip Planner app
The Puget Sound Trip Planner app – available for Apple and Android mobile devices – allows riders to plan a trip that covers many transportation choices, including buses, rail, ferries, streetcars, and water taxis.  Get this free app for our iPhone or Android today.

Drive for Metro!  Metro is hiring.  Apply today.

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

Metro’s Friday PM Commute: Transit service delays continue on routes traveling along the I-5 Northgate to downtown Seattle, Tukwila & Renton to Bellevue corridors plus more…

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

Sign up for Transit Alerts.

Event Reroutes

Mariners Home Stand

  • Fri, 6/29 at 7:10 PM,
  • Sat, 6/30 at 7:10 PM,
  • Sun, 7/1 at 1:10 PM;
  • There is no premium or special transit service to or from games.
  • Ride regularly scheduled transit service to & from games.
  • Lots of transit service goes near Safeco Field.
  • Route 21 will operate via a post-game reroute for all Mariners home games.
  • On Friday, 6/29 routes 116, 118 & 119 will be affected by a post-game reroute.
  • There is no transit service on 1st Av S north of S Lander St.

Sounders FC match

Special Olympics USA Games Opening Ceremony
On Sunday, July 1, expect possible significant transit delays around Husky Stadium and the University District due to the Special Olympics Games opening ceremony at Husky Stadium.

While there are no pre-planned transit reroutes, increased vehicle and pedestrian traffic in the area could affect transit service.

Riding Link light rail is the best way to get from south King County, the Rainier Valley, Beacon Hill, downtown Seattle and Capitol Hill to the opening ceremonies at Husky Stadium. UW Link Station is located just outside Husky Stadium.  The Link corridor is served by parking capacity at Tukwila International Blvd Station and Angle Lake Station.

Attention ORCA and TransitGo pass and ticket buyers
Effective July 1, Metro is switching to a new simple fare of $2.75 for all
regular adult fare passengers. Metro riders will no longer pay additional
surcharges for fare zones or travel during peak commute hours. Watch
for additional information from your fare payment system of choice, and
plan to make any necessary revisions starting with your July pass or ticket
purchase. This is a revision to Metro fares. For other agencies’ fares,
please visit their respective sites.

Get around the region with the Puget Sound Trip Planner app
The Puget Sound Trip Planner app – available for Apple and Android mobile devices – allows riders to plan a trip that covers many transportation choices, including buses, rail, ferries, streetcars, and water taxis.  Get this free app for our iPhone or Android today.

Drive for Metro!  Metro is hiring.  Apply today.

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

Metro’s Friday PM Commute: Transit service delays continue on routes traveling along the I-5 Northgate to downtown Seattle, Tukwila & Renton to Bellevue corridors plus more…

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

Sign up for Transit Alerts.

Event Reroutes

Mariners Home Stand

  • Fri, 6/29 at 7:10 PM,
  • Sat, 6/30 at 7:10 PM,
  • Sun, 7/1 at 1:10 PM;
  • There is no premium or special transit service to or from games.
  • Ride regularly scheduled transit service to & from games.
  • Lots of transit service goes near Safeco Field.
  • Route 21 will operate via a post-game reroute for all Mariners home games.
  • On Friday, 6/29 routes 116, 118 & 119 will be affected by a post-game reroute.
  • There is no transit service on 1st Av S north of S Lander St.

Sounders FC match

Special Olympics USA Games Opening Ceremony
On Sunday, July 1, expect possible significant transit delays around Husky Stadium and the University District due to the Special Olympics Games opening ceremony at Husky Stadium.

While there are no pre-planned transit reroutes, increased vehicle and pedestrian traffic in the area could affect transit service.

Riding Link light rail is the best way to get from south King County, the Rainier Valley, Beacon Hill, downtown Seattle and Capitol Hill to the opening ceremonies at Husky Stadium. UW Link Station is located just outside Husky Stadium.  The Link corridor is served by parking capacity at Tukwila International Blvd Station and Angle Lake Station.

Attention ORCA and TransitGo pass and ticket buyers
Effective July 1, Metro is switching to a new simple fare of $2.75 for all
regular adult fare passengers. Metro riders will no longer pay additional
surcharges for fare zones or travel during peak commute hours. Watch
for additional information from your fare payment system of choice, and
plan to make any necessary revisions starting with your July pass or ticket
purchase. This is a revision to Metro fares. For other agencies’ fares,
please visit their respective sites.

Get around the region with the Puget Sound Trip Planner app
The Puget Sound Trip Planner app – available for Apple and Android mobile devices – allows riders to plan a trip that covers many transportation choices, including buses, rail, ferries, streetcars, and water taxis.  Get this free app for our iPhone or Android today.

Drive for Metro!  Metro is hiring.  Apply today.

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

Metro’s Friday PM Commute: Transit service delays continue on SB I-5 from Northgate to downtown Seattle plus more…

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

Sign up for Transit Alerts.

Event Reroutes

Mariners Home Stand

  • Fri, 6/29 at 7:10 PM,
  • Sat, 6/30 at 7:10 PM,
  • Sun, 7/1 at 1:10 PM;
  • There is no premium or special transit service to or from games.
  • Ride regularly scheduled transit service to & from games.
  • Lots of transit service goes near Safeco Field.
  • Route 21 will operate via a post-game reroute for all Mariners home games.
  • On Friday, 6/29 routes 116, 118 & 119 will be affected by a post-game reroute.
  • There is no transit service on 1st Av S north of S Lander St.

Sounders FC match

Special Olympics USA Games Opening Ceremony
On Sunday, July 1, expect possible significant transit delays around Husky Stadium and the University District due to the Special Olympics Games opening ceremony at Husky Stadium.

While there are no pre-planned transit reroutes, increased vehicle and pedestrian traffic in the area could affect transit service.

Riding Link light rail is the best way to get from south King County, the Rainier Valley, Beacon Hill, downtown Seattle and Capitol Hill to the opening ceremonies at Husky Stadium. UW Link Station is located just outside Husky Stadium.  The Link corridor is served by parking capacity at Tukwila International Blvd Station and Angle Lake Station.

Attention ORCA and TransitGo pass and ticket buyers
Effective July 1, Metro is switching to a new simple fare of $2.75 for all
regular adult fare passengers. Metro riders will no longer pay additional
surcharges for fare zones or travel during peak commute hours. Watch
for additional information from your fare payment system of choice, and
plan to make any necessary revisions starting with your July pass or ticket
purchase. This is a revision to Metro fares. For other agencies’ fares,
please visit their respective sites.

Get around the region with the Puget Sound Trip Planner app
The Puget Sound Trip Planner app – available for Apple and Android mobile devices – allows riders to plan a trip that covers many transportation choices, including buses, rail, ferries, streetcars, and water taxis.  Get this free app for our iPhone or Android today.

Drive for Metro!  Metro is hiring.  Apply today.

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

Metro’s Friday PM Commute: Expect transit delays on commuter routes as traffic increases on most major roadways, plus more

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

Sign up for Transit Alerts.

Event Reroutes

Mariners Home Stand

  • Fri, 6/29 at 7:10 PM,
  • Sat, 6/30 at 7:10 PM,
  • Sun, 7/1 at 1:10 PM;
  • There is no premium or special transit service to or from games.
  • Ride regularly scheduled transit service to & from games.
  • Lots of transit service goes near Safeco Field.
  • Route 21 will operate via a post-game reroute for all Mariners home games.
  • On Friday, 6/29 routes 116, 118 & 119 will be affected by a post-game reroute.
  • There is no transit service on 1st Av S north of S Lander St.

Sounders FC match

Special Olympics USA Games Opening Ceremony
On Sunday, July 1, expect possible significant transit delays around Husky Stadium and the University District due to the Special Olympics Games opening ceremony at Husky Stadium.

While there are no pre-planned transit reroutes, increased vehicle and pedestrian traffic in the area could affect transit service.

Riding Link light rail is the best way to get from south King County, the Rainier Valley, Beacon Hill, downtown Seattle and Capitol Hill to the opening ceremonies at Husky Stadium. UW Link Station is located just outside Husky Stadium.  The Link corridor is served by parking capacity at Tukwila International Blvd Station and Angle Lake Station.

Attention ORCA and TransitGo pass and ticket buyers
Effective July 1, Metro is switching to a new simple fare of $2.75 for all
regular adult fare passengers. Metro riders will no longer pay additional
surcharges for fare zones or travel during peak commute hours. Watch
for additional information from your fare payment system of choice, and
plan to make any necessary revisions starting with your July pass or ticket
purchase. This is a revision to Metro fares. For other agencies’ fares,
please visit their respective sites.

Get around the region with the Puget Sound Trip Planner app
The Puget Sound Trip Planner app – available for Apple and Android mobile devices – allows riders to plan a trip that covers many transportation choices, including buses, rail, ferries, streetcars, and water taxis.  Get this free app for our iPhone or Android today.

Drive for Metro!  Metro is hiring.  Apply today.

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

Metro’s Friday AM Commute: Expect transit service delays on Seneca St near 2nd Av and 3rd Av; plus more

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

Sign up for Transit Alerts.

Event Reroutes

Mariners Home Stand

  • Fri, 6/29 at 7:10 PM,
  • Sat, 6/30 at 7:10 PM,
  • Sun, 7/1 at 1:10 PM;
  • There is no premium or special transit service to or from games.
  • Ride regularly scheduled transit service to & from games.
  • Lots of transit service goes near Safeco Field.
  • Route 21 will operate via a post-game reroute for all Mariners home games.
  • On Friday, 6/29 routes 116, 118 & 119 will be affected by a post-game reroute.
  • There is no transit service on 1st Av S north of S Lander St.

Sounders FC match

Special Olympics USA Games Opening Ceremony
On Sunday, July 1, expect possible significant transit delays around Husky Stadium and the University District due to the Special Olympics Games opening ceremony at Husky Stadium.

While there are no pre-planned transit reroutes, increased vehicle and pedestrian traffic in the area could affect transit service.

Riding Link light rail is the best way to get from south King County, the Rainier Valley, Beacon Hill, downtown Seattle and Capitol Hill to the opening ceremonies at Husky Stadium. UW Link Station is located just outside Husky Stadium.  The Link corridor is served by parking capacity at Tukwila International Blvd Station and Angle Lake Station.

Attention ORCA and TransitGo pass and ticket buyers
Effective July 1, Metro is switching to a new simple fare of $2.75 for all
regular adult fare passengers. Metro riders will no longer pay additional
surcharges for fare zones or travel during peak commute hours. Watch
for additional information from your fare payment system of choice, and
plan to make any necessary revisions starting with your July pass or ticket
purchase. This is a revision to Metro fares. For other agencies’ fares,
please visit their respective sites.

Get around the region with the Puget Sound Trip Planner app
The Puget Sound Trip Planner app – available for Apple and Android mobile devices – allows riders to plan a trip that covers many transportation choices, including buses, rail, ferries, streetcars, and water taxis.  Get this free app for our iPhone or Android today.

Drive for Metro!  Metro is hiring.  Apply today.

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

Metro’s Friday AM Commute: Expect transit service delays along NB I-5 between S Albro Pl and downtown Seattle; plus more

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

Sign up for Transit Alerts.

Event Reroutes

Mariners Home Stand

  • Fri, 6/29 at 7:10 PM,
  • Sat, 6/30 at 7:10 PM,
  • Sun, 7/1 at 1:10 PM;
  • There is no premium or special transit service to or from games.
  • Ride regularly scheduled transit service to & from games.
  • Lots of transit service goes near Safeco Field.
  • Route 21 will operate via a post-game reroute for all Mariners home games.
  • On Friday, 6/29 routes 116, 118 & 119 will be affected by a post-game reroute.
  • There is no transit service on 1st Av S north of S Lander St.

Sounders FC match

Attention ORCA and TransitGo pass and ticket buyers
Effective July 1, Metro is switching to a new simple fare of $2.75 for all
regular adult fare passengers. Metro riders will no longer pay additional
surcharges for fare zones or travel during peak commute hours. Watch
for additional information from your fare payment system of choice, and
plan to make any necessary revisions starting with your July pass or ticket
purchase. This is a revision to Metro fares. For other agencies’ fares,
please visit their respective sites.

Get around the region with the Puget Sound Trip Planner app
The Puget Sound Trip Planner app – available for Apple and Android mobile devices – allows riders to plan a trip that covers many transportation choices, including buses, rail, ferries, streetcars, and water taxis.  Get this free app for our iPhone or Android today.

Drive for Metro!  Metro is hiring.  Apply today.

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