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Metro is operating with minor service reductions; check your trip before you travel

Posted on March 4, 2022

From King County Metro: Metro is operating at more than 96% of our scheduled service, and more than 160 Metro bus routes and services are operating across King County, with the exception that route 125 remains suspended on Saturdays.

Before traveling, Metro wants you to make sure you know whether your trip is operating or canceled.

For real-time updates that show whether a bus trip is operating, when it’s due to depart, or if it’s been canceled:

Sound Transit announces March 2022 Service Change

Posted on February 25, 2022

From Sound Transit: 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.

Help shape the future of Eastside transit!

Posted on February 23, 2022

Now is your chance to provide feedback on the upcoming restructure of Metro and Sound Transit Express bus service on the Eastside in preparation for the expansion of Link light rail in 2023.

Council Roundup: Planning for future curb and safety improvements (public feedback sought)

Posted on February 17, 2022

On Monday, the City Council voted to direct city staff and the Transportation Commission to develop content for a Curb Management Plan and to develop policy language in support of the Curb Management Plan as part of the city’s 2022 Annual Comprehensive Plan Amendment program.

East Link Connections: Metro and Sound Transit seek feedback on proposed bus changes as Link light rail expands

Posted on February 15, 2022

King County Metro and Sound Transit are seeking feedback from Eastside residents and riders on the future bus and Link light rail network. Fast, reliable Link light rail will serve 10 new stations in 2023, and changes and improvements are proposed to more than 50 Metro and Sound Transit bus routes to serve riders better.

ST to temporarily reduce service on some ST Express routes serving Snohomish county due to operator shortages

Posted on February 11, 2022

From Sound Transit: Because of operator shortages, Sound Transit will introduce temporary service reductions on weekday service for some ST Express routes operated by Community Transit starting Monday, February 14. This temporary schedule adjustment will be in effect through March 19. 

ST Express trip cancellations

Posted on February 11, 2022

From Sound Transit: Ongoing operator shortages on several ST Express routes operated by our partner agencies have continued to cause bus trip cancellations on a regular basis in recent weeks. In order to provide passengers with a more reliable schedule, we'll be temporarily suspending some trips until the March service change.

East Link systems testing progresses

Posted on February 8, 2022

From Sound Transit: View video of light rail vehicles traveling through Bellevue during live wire testing

Leaders celebrate latest progress on regional trail

Posted on January 10, 2022

Mayor Robinson, congressional representatives, praise Mountains to Sound Greenway

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: