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Metro relocating two bus stops on Third Avenue in Downtown Seattle

Riders who travel Third Avenue in Seattle will see Metro’s two busiest bus stops between Pike and Pine streets relocated starting May 4, shifting one block south through July as part of a public safety effort by the City of Seattle. 209 more words


Metro launches RapidRide F Line

Riders traveling between Burien, SeaTac, Tukwila and Renton will have more frequent all-day bus service starting Saturday, June 7, as King County Metro Transit launches the… 271 more words


Launching Rapid Ride E Line, February service change

Metro’s RapidRide E Line debuts Feb. 15

Fifth RapidRide line replaces the Route 358; will offer more reliability, faster trips

In just a few days, … 702 more words


Thankful for her Story

Today I want to tell someone else’s story. I met her on the bus. I don’t know her name. She is an attractive older woman with a cute dark bob and an a great shade of lipstick. 569 more words


Metro Transit, a pioneer in transit accessibility

Editor’s note: October is Disability Awareness Month, and this story about Metro Transit’s history of providing accessible service is second in a series.

Did you know that Metro was one of the first transit agencies in the country to make it possible for people using wheelchairs to board the bus? 857 more words


RapidRide D line work coming up in Seattle

Construction is underway of roadway improvements at the north end of the RapidRide D Line that will enable the D Line to better access its existing terminal on NW 100th Place by way of Holman Road. 482 more words


Come see plans for Third Avenue improvements

Metro is working with the Seattle Department of Transportation to make improvements along Third Avenue. More than 42,000 transit riders use stops along this busy street. 90 more words