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Dec. 2, 2011—Metro kicked off its public outreach for the September 2012 system improvements in November with a series of community open houses, information tables, and presentations to neighborhood groups. Thanks to all who participated in these outreach efforts—more than 3,000 people took the time to share their feedback.

In December and the early part of January, we’ll be reviewing the public feedback we collected during this first phase and refining our suggested concepts into a proposal. Our second phase of public outreach, to gather input on that proposal, will begin in late January.

In the meantime, please feel free to continue sending us your questions and ideas. Your input plays an important role in shaping our proposal and final recommendation.

The following system maps show suggested changes to the transit system for September 2012. Individual route maps that show a detail of the suggested changes can be found in the route descriptions provided below. See additional changes being proposed for June 2012.

Northwest Seattle, North Seattle, Northeast Seattle and Shoreline:

Suggested All-Day Transit System     Suggested Peak Transit System

West Seattle, South Seattle, Rainier Valley, Burien, Des Moines, SeaTac, Tukwila:

Suggested All-Day Transit System     Suggested Peak Transit System

Route Descriptions

Detailed route narratives and maps (pdf version)

We want to hear from you

Tell us what you think about the suggested changes…

Take our online survey

And check back soon for a list of meeting dates for our second phase of public outreach beginning in late January.

Connect with us

To stay informed of updates, please sign up for our email list or follow us on Facebook. If you have questions about the outreach process, you can also email us or call our message line at 206-263-9768.

Updated: January 9, 2012