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Project update: East Link Extension

Posted on November 10, 2020

From Sound Transit:

We missed you at fairs and festivals this year, so we created a way to connect through a virtual engagement booth. We want to keep you up to date as crews wrap up major construction activities for the East Link Extension while following COVID-19 safety protocols. 

Rain in the Rain 2020

Posted on October 26, 2020

Washington Bikes invites seasoned pedalers, new bike riders, and cyclists from all over our state to bike as much as possible for any reason during November 1-30. The idea of the Ride in the Rain Challenge is to turn a common barrier to biking — inclement weather — on its head and celebrate biking during the rainiest month of the year. We’re confident that if you can ride during the rainiest month and enjoy it, you’ll see how possible it is to bike all year round!

We got you covered: Keeping you safe onboard

Posted on October 16, 2020

From Sound Transit:

Your safety is our priority, but there are ways you can help. To protect yourself and others, wear a face covering when riding buses and trains and while waiting at the bus stop or station. It's a great way to stop the spread of COVID-19, and show consideration and respect for your fellow riders.


Crossroads Connect

Posted on October 9, 2020

Crossroads Connect provides shared ride connections to frequent transit service and is intended to improve mobility for people who live and work in the service area, which has  comparatively lower rates of car ownership and lower household incomes. To promote physical distancing, service is currently limited to one rider or party per trip.

Bellevue’s Healthy Streets program winds down

Posted on September 29, 2020

Bellevue’s Healthy Streets program is winding down due to equipment and maintenance needs as the weather changes. After a five-month run, residential streets in three locations temporarily reserved for people walking and bicycling are scheduled to reopen to non-local vehicle traffic on Friday, Oct. 2.  

Bike Everywhere Week

Posted on September 21, 2020

F5 Networks Bike Everywhere Week is the time to support, encourage, and celebrate all things bicycling. Join us in proving that no one celebrates pedal power like Washington. Get ready for fall and winter riding with a host of virtual events and some in-person activities.

Metro to resume fare collection Oct. 1

Posted on September 21, 2020

On Thursday, October 1, Metro will resume collecting fares for all transit services: buses, Access paratransit, Seattle Streetcar (First Hill and South Lake Union), Vanpool, Via to Transit and other flexible services, and water taxi (Vashon Island and West Seattle). Fare collection is already taking place on Sound Transit Express bus and Sound Transit light rail.

Downtown construction ramps up as summer winds down

Posted on September 14, 2020

Anyone who has traveled downtown lately knows it’s alive with construction of major private developments and the public transportation projects needed to keep pace with growth. The construction sector in Bellevue has been a bright spot in an economy hit hard by the pandemic.

Metro and regional transit agencies sign onto APTA health and safety program

Posted on September 14, 2020

Six Puget Sound area transit agencies have joined agencies across the nation to commit to industry best practices for safe transportation during the COVID-19 crisis.

Community Transit, Everett Transit, King County Metro, Kitsap Transit, Pierce Transit and Sound Transit have all committed to a health and safety program developed by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) in response to public concerns about riding transit during the pandemic.