Service ChangesStarted Sept 26
Bus service changes started Sept 26
- Routes 76, 77, 216, 218, 219, and 316 move from the tunnel to the street.
- More Metro service funded by the City of Seattle:
- 34 routes with added or revised service, or reliability improvements.
- Sat. service for Route 67; Sun. service for routes 68 & 70.
- More service on routes 143, 212, 218, 312 & E Line.
Link ConnectionsMore reliable
Changes recommended for bus service after Link comes to Capitol Hill and the UW
Better, more reliable connections.
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Regional Day PassNow available
Metro's top bus driverJohn Boone
Operator of the Year
Metro's top bus driver
For his enthusiastic attitude, excellent driving skills and first-class customer service, bus driver John Boone today was named King County Metro Transit Operator of the Year.
How to Ride Metroby KCDOT Video
How to Ride Metro
If you're thinking of riding King County Metro, take a look at this short video so you'll be ready and know the rules.
Riding with a wheelchairTips from a rider
Rider gives tips on riding Metro with a wheelchair.
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I'm constantly amazed by the less-than-smart things pedestrians, bicycles and passenger vehicles do around buses. I've seen countless examples of pedestrians darting out in front of the bus in the dark and rain. It's awesome seing John in action, avoiding the obstacle course and keeping us all safe.