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King County Metro service reductions continue this week; check your trip before traveling

Posted on January 19, 2022

From King County Metro: King County Metro continues to recover from recent winter storms and reduced workforce availability. We will operate more than 90% of our scheduled service, however an increased number of trips will be canceled through Jan. 21.  

King County Metro plans minor service reductions through Jan. 21

Posted on January 10, 2022

From King County Metro: King County Metro is recovering from recent winter storms and facing reduced workforce availability. Metro will operate more than 90% of scheduled service, however an increased number of trips will be canceled through Jan. 21.

Leaders celebrate latest progress on regional trail

Posted on January 10, 2022

Mayor Robinson, congressional representatives, praise Mountains to Sound Greenway

King County Metro to restore weekday bus service following winter weather disruptions

Posted on January 3, 2022

From King County Metro: Starting Monday, Jan. 3, clearer roads and milder weather will allow King County Metro to restore weekday bus service that was temporarily suspended during the recent snowstorm.

On Jan. 2, King County Metro to restore service suspended by snow

Posted on January 2, 2022

From King County Metro: The New Year brings good news. In expectation of clearer roads and a milder weather forecast, King County Metro will begin to restore transit service previously suspended by snow.

Dec. 31 snow update: King County Metro continues operation of the Emergency Snow Network

Posted on December 31, 2021

From King County Metro: King County Metro will continue to operate the Emergency Snow Network (ESN) Saturday, Jan. 1, due to ongoing freezing temperatures and difficult road conditions in parts of King County. Service remains focused on about 60 core bus routes and shuttles to serve riders equitably and operate on roads prioritized for snow and ice removal.

Metro Transit Alert - For trip cancellation information during snow, use Metro’s Trip Planner 'Next Departures' or text tools

Posted on December 26, 2021

From King County Metro: When Metro’s service area is affected by snow or ice, it may not be possible to send individual trip cancellation

Sound Transit: Prepare for Winter Weather Conditions

Posted on December 24, 2021

From Sound Transit: The National Weather Service is forecasting snow and ice in King County, Pierce County, and Snohomish County over the next several days which may have an impact on regional transportation. Here are a few tips to help you prepare for your commute during these challenging conditions:

Route 271 Will Be Rerouted For Four Days

Posted on December 22, 2021

From King County Metro:

South Bellevue park-and-ride garage opens

Posted on November 17, 2021

From Sound Transit: Sound Transit has opened the parking garage at the future East Link South Bellevue Station nearly two years before East Link begins operating in 2023, providing easy transit access to Eastside passengers. 

ST Express and King County Metro riders who had to use alternative parking spaces when East Link construction began in 2017 can now return to the new garage at the same park-and-ride location. Find bus stop and schedule information for ST Express routes 550 and 556