Metro’s Thursday PM Commute: Metro to resume fare collection October 1 – tap your ORCA card for an easier way to pay

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Metro to resume fare collection October 1, 2020.
On Thursday, October 1, Metro will resume collecting fares for all transit services.

Metro is encouraging riders to use a contactless payment option—such as an ORCA card—to speed up the boarding process, and further protect both themselves and the operator.

Metro’s customer service and pass sales office at 201 S Jackson St is open with revised hours and lobby capacity limits.

All Sound Transit Express bus service – including ST Express bus routes operated by Metro – have already resumed fare collection and requires a $3.25 flat fare. Link and Sounder trains are charging full fares.

Ready when you are and Fall service changes
Metro is ‘Ready when you are’, with new safety features and Fall service revisions.

Fall service changes are now in effect and include changes to bus service in south King County and continued suspensions of other routes.  Check for other options where available for suspended service.

Metro has implemented coach capacity guidelines that could result in longer waits for some riders.  Be sure to allow plenty of time for your trip.

  • Wearing a mask or face covering is required in public places, on transit vehicles and at transit stops. Cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Board and exit through the back door if possible.
  • Observe and abide by signs and decals.

Metro’s Thursday PM Commute: Fall service revisions now in effect, plus new and restructured bus service in south King County

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Metro to resume fare collection October 1, 2020.
On Thursday, October 1, Metro will resume collecting fares for all transit services.

Metro is encouraging riders to use a contactless payment option—such as an ORCA card—to speed up the boarding process, and further protect both themselves and the operator.

Metro’s customer service and pass sales office at 201 S Jackson St is open with revised hours and lobby capacity limits.

All Sound Transit Express bus service – including ST Express bus routes operated by Metro – have already resumed fare collection and requires a $3.25 flat fare. Link and Sounder trains are charging full fares.

Ready when you are and Fall service changes
Metro is ‘Ready when you are’, with new safety features and Fall service revisions.

Fall service changes are now in effect and include changes to bus service in south King County and continued suspensions of other routes.  Check for other options where available for suspended service.

Metro has implemented coach capacity guidelines that could result in longer waits for some riders.  Be sure to allow plenty of time for your trip.

  • Wearing a mask or face covering is required in public places, on transit vehicles and at transit stops. Cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Board and exit through the back door if possible.
  • Observe and abide by signs and decals.

Metro’s Thursday PM Commute: Wearing a mask or face covering is required; Metro to resume fare collection October 1

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Metro to resume fare collection October 1, 2020.
On Thursday, October 1, Metro will resume collecting fares for all transit services.

Metro is encouraging riders to use a contactless payment option—such as an ORCA card—to speed up the boarding process, and further protect both themselves and the operator.

Metro’s customer service and pass sales office at 201 S Jackson St is open with revised hours and lobby capacity limits.

All Sound Transit Express bus service – including ST Express bus routes operated by Metro – have already resumed fare collection and requires a $3.25 flat fare. Link and Sounder trains are charging full fares.

Ready when you are and Fall service changes
Metro is ‘Ready when you are’, with new safety features and Fall service revisions.

Fall service changes are now in effect and include changes to bus service in south King County and continued suspensions of other routes.  Check for other options where available for suspended service.

Metro has implemented coach capacity guidelines that could result in longer waits for some riders.  Be sure to allow plenty of time for your trip.

  • Wearing a mask or face covering is required in public places, on transit vehicles and at transit stops. Cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Board and exit through the back door if possible.
  • Observe and abide by signs and decals.

Metro’s Thursday AM Commute: Metro to resume fare collection October 1; ‘Ready when you are’ & Fall service changes now in effect

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Metro to resume fare collection October 1, 2020.
On Thursday, October 1, Metro will resume collecting fares for all transit services.

Metro is encouraging riders to use a contactless payment option—such as an ORCA card—to speed up the boarding process, and further protect both themselves and the operator.

Metro’s customer service and pass sales office at 201 S Jackson St is open with revised hours and lobby capacity limits.

All Sound Transit Express bus service – including ST Express bus routes operated by Metro – have already resumed fare collection and requires a $3.25 flat fare. Link and Sounder trains are charging full fares.

Ready when you are and Fall service changes
Metro is ‘Ready when you are’, with new safety features and Fall service revisions.

Fall service changes are now in effect and include changes to bus service in south King County and continued suspensions of other routes.  Check for other options where available for suspended service.

Metro has implemented coach capacity guidelines that could result in longer waits for some riders.  Be sure to allow plenty of time for your trip.

  • Wearing a mask or face covering is required in public places, on transit vehicles and at transit stops. Cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Board and exit through the back door if possible.
  • Observe and abide by signs and decals.

Metro’s Thursday AM Commute: Metro to resume fare collection October 1; wearing a mask or face covering is required

Sign up for Transit Alerts.

Metro to resume fare collection October 1, 2020.
On Thursday, October 1, Metro will resume collecting fares for all transit services.

Metro is encouraging riders to use a contactless payment option—such as an ORCA card—to speed up the boarding process, and further protect both themselves and the operator.

Metro’s customer service and pass sales office at 201 S Jackson St is open with revised hours and lobby capacity limits.

All Sound Transit Express bus service – including ST Express bus routes operated by Metro – have already resumed fare collection and requires a $3.25 flat fare. Link and Sounder trains are charging full fares.

Ready when you are and Fall service changes
Metro is ‘Ready when you are’, with new safety features and Fall service revisions.

Fall service changes are now in effect and include changes to bus service in south King County and continued suspensions of other routes.  Check for other options where available for suspended service.

Metro has implemented coach capacity guidelines that could result in longer waits for some riders.  Be sure to allow plenty of time for your trip.

  • Wearing a mask or face covering is required in public places, on transit vehicles and at transit stops. Cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Board and exit through the back door if possible.
  • Observe and abide by signs and decals.

Metro’s Thursday AM Commute: Possible delays continue for Route 119 service on Vashon Island; Metro to resume fare collection October 1

Expect possible delays for Route 119 service due to a tree in the roadway on SW 260 St near Dockton Rd SW.

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

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Metro to resume fare collection October 1, 2020.
On Thursday, October 1, Metro will resume collecting fares for all transit services.

Metro is encouraging riders to use a contactless payment option—such as an ORCA card—to speed up the boarding process, and further protect both themselves and the operator.

Metro’s customer service and pass sales office at 201 S Jackson St is open with revised hours and lobby capacity limits.

All Sound Transit Express bus service – including ST Express bus routes operated by Metro – have already resumed fare collection and requires a $3.25 flat fare. Link and Sounder trains are charging full fares.

Ready when you are and Fall service changes
Metro is ‘Ready when you are’, with new safety features and Fall service revisions.

Fall service changes are now in effect and include changes to bus service in south King County and continued suspensions of other routes.  Check for other options where available for suspended service.

Metro has implemented coach capacity guidelines that could result in longer waits for some riders.  Be sure to allow plenty of time for your trip.

  • Wearing a mask or face covering is required in public places, on transit vehicles and at transit stops. Cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Board and exit through the back door if possible.
  • Observe and abide by signs and decals.

Metro’s Thursday AM Commute: Expect possible delays for Route 119 service on Vashon Island; wearing a mask or face covering is required

Expect possible delays for Route 119 service due to a tree in the roadway on SW 260 St near Dockton Rd SW.

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

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Metro to resume fare collection October 1, 2020.
On Thursday, October 1, Metro will resume collecting fares for all transit services.

Metro is encouraging riders to use a contactless payment option—such as an ORCA card—to speed up the boarding process, and further protect both themselves and the operator.

Metro’s customer service and pass sales office at 201 S Jackson St is open with revised hours and lobby capacity limits.

All Sound Transit Express bus service – including ST Express bus routes operated by Metro – have already resumed fare collection and requires a $3.25 flat fare. Link and Sounder trains are charging full fares.

Ready when you are and Fall service changes
Metro is ‘Ready when you are’, with new safety features and Fall service revisions.

Fall service changes are now in effect and include changes to bus service in south King County and continued suspensions of other routes.  Check for other options where available for suspended service.

Metro has implemented coach capacity guidelines that could result in longer waits for some riders.  Be sure to allow plenty of time for your trip.

  • Wearing a mask or face covering is required in public places, on transit vehicles and at transit stops. Cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Board and exit through the back door if possible.
  • Observe and abide by signs and decals.

Metro’s Wednesday PM Commute: Metro to resume fare collection October 1; ‘Ready when you are’ & Fall service changes now in effect

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Metro to resume fare collection October 1, 2020.
On Thursday, October 1, Metro will resume collecting fares for all transit services.

Metro is encouraging riders to use a contactless payment option—such as an ORCA card—to speed up the boarding process, and further protect both themselves and the operator.

Metro’s customer service and pass sales office at 201 S Jackson St is open with revised hours and lobby capacity limits.

All Sound Transit Express bus service – including ST Express bus routes operated by Metro – have already resumed fare collection and requires a $3.25 flat fare. Link and Sounder trains are charging full fares.

Ready when you are and Fall service changes
Metro is ‘Ready when you are’, with new safety features and Fall service revisions.

Fall service changes are now in effect and include changes to bus service in south King County and continued suspensions of other routes.  Check for other options where available for suspended service.

Metro has implemented coach capacity guidelines that could result in longer waits for some riders.  Be sure to allow plenty of time for your trip.

  • Wearing a mask or face covering is required in public places, on transit vehicles and at transit stops. Cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Board and exit through the back door if possible.
  • Observe and abide by signs and decals.

Metro’s Wednesday PM Commute: Route 7 has resumed regular routing on Rainier Av S between S Graham St & S Orcas St; Route 64 & 309 have resumed regular routing on I-5…

Route 7 has resumed regular routing on Rainier Av S between S Graham St and S Orcas St.

Route 64 and 309 has resumed regular routing on NB I-5.

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Metro to resume fare collection October 1, 2020.
On Thursday, October 1, Metro will resume collecting fares for all transit services.

Metro is encouraging riders to use a contactless payment option—such as an ORCA card—to speed up the boarding process, and further protect both themselves and the operator.

Metro’s customer service and pass sales office at 201 S Jackson St is open with revised hours and lobby capacity limits.

All Sound Transit Express bus service – including ST Express bus routes operated by Metro – have already resumed fare collection and requires a $3.25 flat fare. Link and Sounder trains are charging full fares.

Ready when you are and Fall service changes
Metro is ‘Ready when you are’, with new safety features and Fall service revisions.

Fall service changes are now in effect and include changes to bus service in south King County and continued suspensions of other routes.  Check for other options where available for suspended service.

Metro has implemented coach capacity guidelines that could result in longer waits for some riders.  Be sure to allow plenty of time for your trip.

  • Wearing a mask or face covering is required in public places, on transit vehicles and at transit stops. Cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Board and exit through the back door if possible.
  • Observe and abide by signs and decals.

Metro’s Wednesday PM Commute: Route 64 continues to be rerouted and will not serve the stop northbound on 7th Av NE just north of NE 42nd St, use the stop northbound I-5 Ramp just north of NE 45th St instead…

Route 64 continues to be rerouted and will not serve the stop northbound on 7th Av NE just north of NE 42nd St. Use the stop on the northbound I-5 Ramp just north of NE 45th St instead.

Route 309 continues to be rerouted with no service missed.

Route 7 continues to be rerouted in both directions off Rainier Av S between S Graham St and S Orcas St due to a fire response just north of S Graham St, using Martin Luther King Jr Way S instead.

Until further notice, use stops on Rainier Av S south of S Graham St, north of S Orcas St, or at posted stops along the reroute on Martin Luther King Jr Way S. And expect delays.

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Metro to resume fare collection October 1, 2020.
On Thursday, October 1, Metro will resume collecting fares for all transit services.

Metro is encouraging riders to use a contactless payment option—such as an ORCA card—to speed up the boarding process, and further protect both themselves and the operator.

Metro’s customer service and pass sales office at 201 S Jackson St is open with revised hours and lobby capacity limits.

All Sound Transit Express bus service – including ST Express bus routes operated by Metro – have already resumed fare collection and requires a $3.25 flat fare. Link and Sounder trains are charging full fares.

Ready when you are and Fall service changes
Metro is ‘Ready when you are’, with new safety features and Fall service revisions.

Fall service changes are now in effect and include changes to bus service in south King County and continued suspensions of other routes.  Check for other options where available for suspended service.

Metro has implemented coach capacity guidelines that could result in longer waits for some riders.  Be sure to allow plenty of time for your trip.

  • Wearing a mask or face covering is required in public places, on transit vehicles and at transit stops. Cover coughs and sneezes.
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Maintain 6 feet of distance from others.
  • Board and exit through the back door if possible.
  • Observe and abide by signs and decals.