Friday, 23 October, 2020
'Twere the weeks around Christmas, when all through the Sound Local transit service reductions, could plenty be found; The University's closure will reduce service even more, Leaving those unprepared with a commute that's a chore; Now! King County, now! Metro, now! Sound Transit...
A third Trailhead Direct route will launch this weekend, linking outdoor enthusiasts and hikers to the Mailbox Peak Trailhead. King County Metro Transit will operate the service on weekends and holidays throughout the summer. Riders will be able to...
Seattle Subway released a new light rail system expansion map yesterday and hopes to use it to inspire Sound Transit and the general public to select Sound Transit 3 (ST3) alignments that allow for logical line extensions and follow...
A start date for the opening of the new University Link extension has been set for Saturday, March 19th at 10 a.m. King County Executive Dow Constantine, Mayor Ed Murray, and Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff broke the news at a...
For the first time ever, Seattle's worst intersection is in South Seattle. Rainier, 23rd, and Hill beat out numerous other contenders to be chosen by readers of the Urbanist as the worst intersection in Seattle for people walking, biking,...
King County Metro is moving into its next planning phase for a new RapidRide line in Southeast King County, a local bus restructure, and a new South King County bus base. Known as the...
Back in 2018, we reported that Mayor Durkan's "Move Seattle Reset" had cut Route 40, Route 44, and Route 48 from RapidRide plans, instead promising lesser improvements. This month, we learned that King County Metro and the...
Sound Transit is riding high with incredibly healthy ridership growth for 2016, buoyed in large part to the opening of three new light rail stations in Seattle and one in SeaTac. Annual boardings rose by 8.02 million to 42.73 million, up...