Posted on May 16, 2022
Today, the new and improved ORCA system launched for hundreds of thousands of transit customers across the Puget Sound region with access to a new myORCA.com website, myOR
Posted on May 11, 2022
Trail users will now be able to access the Heritage Loop Trail from SE Bellevue Way via the access path located north of the Winters House.
Posted on May 3, 2022
Starting May 16, hundreds of thousands of ORCA transit customers across the Puget Sound region will have access to a new website, smartphone app, and real-time value loading for their ORCA cards.
Posted on April 26, 2022
From King County Metro: Guided by a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) statement on Monday night, King County Metro will no longer require masks on transit. However, Public Health – Seattle & King County recommends that people wear masks in indoor public transportation settings at this time.
Posted on April 26, 2022
Join the Bellevue Transportation Department and share your comments on proposed transportation code amendments at an upcoming virtual open house.
Posted on April 7, 2022
Two new technology tools designed to make streets safer and more efficient are being installed this week at downtown intersections. They hold the potential for reducing deadly traffic incidents.
Posted on March 21, 2022
After years of cancelled, scaled back and Zoomified bike events thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Seattle bike events calendar is finally starting to fill up with community celebrations, rides and more.
Before 2020, you could pretty much design your whole social schedule around bike events (and some of you did!). We are not quite there yet, but I’m seeing a huge increase in the number of event notices dropping into my inbox. I can’t wait to see a lot of you at community bike events again. I have missed it so much.
Posted on March 17, 2022
Service changes for Sound Transit service will take effect next month. The changes include additional reductions as well as extending reductions that were implemented at the end of 2021 on certain ST Express routes due to operator shortages. The reductions will affect frequency of service on weekdays only.
Posted on March 8, 2022
King County Metro’s all-day, frequent, regional network continues to welcome more riders to transit.
After restoring 36 routes in October 2021, Metro will revise schedules and make further improvements starting March 19, 2022.
Posted on March 7, 2022From King County Metro: King County Metro’s all-day, frequent, regional network continues to welcome more riders to transit. After restoring 36 routes in October 2021, Metro will make further improvements starting March 19, 2022.