Daily Archives: April 2, 2021

Metro’s Friday PM Commute: Maintain physical distance: wearing a mask is required on Metro and all public transportation; ride transit to vaccination sites

A weekend Link shuttle bus will operate between SODO & UW stations
During weekends in April, from each Friday evening at 9:00 PM to the end of Sunday service, Link trains will not operate between SODO and University of Washington (UWS) stations while work is done to complete connections for future Northgate and East Link expansion.

Expect lower passenger capacity on the West Seattle Water Taxi
During this week, the West Seattle Water Taxi will experience a lower passenger capacity, due to the scheduled maintenance of the 86-passenger MV Doc Maynard.  During this time, the 33-passenger MV Spirit of Kingston will operate instead.  West Seattle riders should plan accordingly given the reduced passenger capacity, especially on the 4:45 PM and 5:25 PM sailings.

Ride transit to vaccination sites
It may be possible for some people to ride transit services to vaccination sites.

East Link Connections
King County Metro and Sound Transit are recruiting for the East Link Connections Mobility Board, a co-led process for improving transit connections throughout the Eastside as Link light rail expands through 2024.

Metro’s spring service revisions
Spring service revisions are in effect.  Pick up new blue timetables.

Ride safely

  • Wear a mask at all times while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Stay physically distanced from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions, signs and decals.

Watch for new or changing information.

Metro news and service
Visit Metro’s website and the Metro Matters blog for news and updates.

Metro has a new web portal to help riders find out about applying for reduced fares online and virtual ‘Neighborhood pop-ups’ for getting more information about Metro.

Tapping your ORCA card is the fastest and safest way to pay your fare. Visit Metro’s website to learn about managing your ORCA account.

Metro service may be intermittently and temporarily interrupted or rerouted due to weather or events in its service area. See below for information about planning ahead for possible service interruptions.

Transit trip updates
For the scheduled (‘s’) or predicted departure times, and other information about transit service at your stop,

Transit service may be interrupted by weather, 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 bus stop, depending 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.

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: Wearing a mask is required on Metro and all public transportation; ride transit to vaccination sites; maintain physical distance

A weekend Link shuttle bus will operate between SODO & UW stations
During weekends in April, from each Friday evening at 9:00 PM to the end of Sunday service, Link trains will not operate between SODO and University of Washington (UWS) stations while work is done to complete connections for future Northgate and East Link expansion.

Expect lower passenger capacity on the West Seattle Water Taxi
During this week, the West Seattle Water Taxi will experience a lower passenger capacity, due to the scheduled maintenance of the 86-passenger MV Doc Maynard.  During this time, the 33-passenger MV Spirit of Kingston will operate instead.  West Seattle riders should plan accordingly given the reduced passenger capacity, especially on the 4:45 PM and 5:25 PM sailings.

Ride transit to vaccination sites
It may be possible for some people to ride transit services to vaccination sites.

East Link Connections
King County Metro and Sound Transit are recruiting for the East Link Connections Mobility Board, a co-led process for improving transit connections throughout the Eastside as Link light rail expands through 2024.

Metro’s spring service revisions
Spring service revisions are in effect.  Pick up new blue timetables.

Ride safely

  • Wear a mask at all times while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Stay physically distanced from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions, signs and decals.

Watch for new or changing information.

Metro news and service
Visit Metro’s website and the Metro Matters blog for news and updates.

Metro has a new web portal to help riders find out about applying for reduced fares online and virtual ‘Neighborhood pop-ups’ for getting more information about Metro.

Tapping your ORCA card is the fastest and safest way to pay your fare. Visit Metro’s website to learn about managing your ORCA account.

Metro service may be intermittently and temporarily interrupted or rerouted due to weather or events in its service area. See below for information about planning ahead for possible service interruptions.

Transit trip updates
For the scheduled (‘s’) or predicted departure times, and other information about transit service at your stop,

Transit service may be interrupted by weather, 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 bus stop, depending 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.

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: Ride transit to vaccination sites; maintain physical distance; wearing a mask is required on Metro and all public transportation

A weekend Link shuttle bus will operate between SODO & UW stations
During weekends in April, from each Friday evening at 9:00 PM to the end of Sunday service, Link trains will not operate between SODO and University of Washington (UWS) stations while work is done to complete connections for future Northgate and East Link expansion.

Expect lower passenger capacity on the West Seattle Water Taxi
During this week, the West Seattle Water Taxi will experience a lower passenger capacity, due to the scheduled maintenance of the 86-passenger MV Doc Maynard.  During this time, the 33-passenger MV Spirit of Kingston will operate instead.  West Seattle riders should plan accordingly given the reduced passenger capacity, especially on the 4:45 PM and 5:25 PM sailings.

Ride transit to vaccination sites
It may be possible for some people to ride transit services to vaccination sites.

East Link Connections
King County Metro and Sound Transit are recruiting for the East Link Connections Mobility Board, a co-led process for improving transit connections throughout the Eastside as Link light rail expands through 2024.

Metro’s spring service revisions
Spring service revisions are in effect.  Pick up new blue timetables.

Ride safely

  • Wear a mask at all times while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Stay physically distanced from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions, signs and decals.

Watch for new or changing information.

Metro news and service
Visit Metro’s website and the Metro Matters blog for news and updates.

Metro has a new web portal to help riders find out about applying for reduced fares online and virtual ‘Neighborhood pop-ups’ for getting more information about Metro.

Tapping your ORCA card is the fastest and safest way to pay your fare. Visit Metro’s website to learn about managing your ORCA account.

Metro service may be intermittently and temporarily interrupted or rerouted due to weather or events in its service area. See below for information about planning ahead for possible service interruptions.

Transit trip updates
For the scheduled (‘s’) or predicted departure times, and other information about transit service at your stop,

Transit service may be interrupted by weather, 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 bus stop, depending 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.

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: Ride transit to vaccination sites; maintain physical distance; text your stop ID to 62550

Expect lower passenger capacity on the West Seattle Water Taxi
During this week, the West Seattle Water Taxi will experience a lower passenger capacity, due to the scheduled maintenance of the 86-passenger MV Doc Maynard.  During this time, the 33-passenger MV Spirit of Kingston will operate instead.  West Seattle riders should plan accordingly given the reduced passenger capacity, especially on the 4:45 PM and 5:25 PM sailings.

Ride transit to vaccination sites
It may be possible for some people to ride transit services to vaccination sites.

East Link Connections
King County Metro and Sound Transit are recruiting for the East Link Connections Mobility Board, a co-led process for improving transit connections throughout the Eastside as Link light rail expands through 2024.

Metro’s spring service revisions
Spring service revisions are in effect.  Pick up new blue timetables.

Ride safely

  • Wear a mask at all times while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Stay physically distanced from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions, signs and decals.

Watch for new or changing information.

Metro news and service
Visit Metro’s website and the Metro Matters blog for news and updates.

Metro has a new web portal to help riders find out about applying for reduced fares online and virtual ‘Neighborhood pop-ups’ for getting more information about Metro.

Tapping your ORCA card is the fastest and safest way to pay your fare. Visit Metro’s website to learn about managing your ORCA account.

Metro service may be intermittently and temporarily interrupted or rerouted due to weather or events in its service area. See below for information about planning ahead for possible service interruptions.

Transit trip updates
For the scheduled (‘s’) or predicted departure times, and other information about transit service at your stop,

Transit service may be interrupted by weather, 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 bus stop, depending 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.

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: Ride transit to vaccination sites; maintain physical distance; wearing a mask is required on Metro and all public transportation

Expect lower passenger capacity on the West Seattle Water Taxi
During this week, the West Seattle Water Taxi will experience a lower passenger capacity, due to the scheduled maintenance of the 86-passenger MV Doc Maynard.  During this time, the 33-passenger MV Spirit of Kingston will operate instead.  West Seattle riders should plan accordingly given the reduced passenger capacity, especially on the 4:45 PM and 5:25 PM sailings.

Ride transit to vaccination sites
It may be possible for some people to ride transit services to vaccination sites.

East Link Connections
King County Metro and Sound Transit are recruiting for the East Link Connections Mobility Board, a co-led process for improving transit connections throughout the Eastside as Link light rail expands through 2024.

Metro’s spring service revisions
Spring service revisions are in effect.  Pick up new blue timetables.

Ride safely

  • Wear a mask at all times while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Stay physically distanced from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions, signs and decals.

Watch for new or changing information.

Metro news and service
Visit Metro’s website and the Metro Matters blog for news and updates.

Metro has a new web portal to help riders find out about applying for reduced fares online and virtual ‘Neighborhood pop-ups’ for getting more information about Metro.

Tapping your ORCA card is the fastest and safest way to pay your fare. Visit Metro’s website to learn about managing your ORCA account.

Metro service may be intermittently and temporarily interrupted or rerouted due to weather or events in its service area. See below for information about planning ahead for possible service interruptions.

Transit trip updates
For the scheduled (‘s’) or predicted departure times, and other information about transit service at your stop,

Transit service may be interrupted by weather, 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 bus stop, depending 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.

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: Ride transit to vaccination sites; maintain physical distance; text your stop ID to 62550

Expect lower passenger capacity on the West Seattle Water Taxi
During this week, the West Seattle Water Taxi will experience a lower passenger capacity, due to the scheduled maintenance of the 86-passenger MV Doc Maynard.  During this time, the 33-passenger MV Spirit of Kingston will operate instead.  West Seattle riders should plan accordingly given the reduced passenger capacity, especially on the 4:45 PM and 5:25 PM sailings.

Ride transit to vaccination sites
It may be possible for some people to ride transit services to vaccination sites.

East Link Connections
King County Metro and Sound Transit are recruiting for the East Link Connections Mobility Board, a co-led process for improving transit connections throughout the Eastside as Link light rail expands through 2024.

Metro’s spring service revisions
Spring service revisions are in effect.  Pick up new blue timetables.

Ride safely

  • Wear a mask at all times while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Stay physically distanced from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions, signs and decals.

Watch for new or changing information.

Metro news and service
Visit Metro’s website and the Metro Matters blog for news and updates.

Metro has a new web portal to help riders find out about applying for reduced fares online and virtual ‘Neighborhood pop-ups’ for getting more information about Metro.

Tapping your ORCA card is the fastest and safest way to pay your fare. Visit Metro’s website to learn about managing your ORCA account.

Metro service may be intermittently and temporarily interrupted or rerouted due to weather or events in its service area. See below for information about planning ahead for possible service interruptions.

Transit trip updates
For the scheduled (‘s’) or predicted departure times, and other information about transit service at your stop,

Transit service may be interrupted by weather, 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 bus stop, depending 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.

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: Ride transit to vaccination sites; maintain physical distance; wearing a mask is required on Metro and all public transportation

Expect lower passenger capacity on the West Seattle Water Taxi
During this week, the West Seattle Water Taxi will experience a lower passenger capacity, due to the scheduled maintenance of the 86-passenger MV Doc Maynard.  During this time, the 33-passenger MV Spirit of Kingston will operate instead.  West Seattle riders should plan accordingly given the reduced passenger capacity, especially on the 4:45 PM and 5:25 PM sailings.

Ride transit to vaccination sites
It may be possible for some people to ride transit services to vaccination sites.

East Link Connections
King County Metro and Sound Transit are recruiting for the East Link Connections Mobility Board, a co-led process for improving transit connections throughout the Eastside as Link light rail expands through 2024.

Metro’s spring service revisions
Spring service revisions are in effect.  Pick up new blue timetables.

Ride safely

  • Wear a mask at all times while riding on transit.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Stay physically distanced from others.
  • Observe and abide by posted directions, signs and decals.

Watch for new or changing information.

Metro news and service
Visit Metro’s website and the Metro Matters blog for news and updates.

Metro has a new web portal to help riders find out about applying for reduced fares online and virtual ‘Neighborhood pop-ups’ for getting more information about Metro.

Tapping your ORCA card is the fastest and safest way to pay your fare. Visit Metro’s website to learn about managing your ORCA account.

Metro service may be intermittently and temporarily interrupted or rerouted due to weather or events in its service area. See below for information about planning ahead for possible service interruptions.

Transit trip updates
For the scheduled (‘s’) or predicted departure times, and other information about transit service at your stop,

Transit service may be interrupted by weather, 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 bus stop, depending 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.

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