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Are there transit gaps after September 2014 cuts to Route 331?

In September 2014, Metro reduced evening and night service on Route 331, which connects Kenmore, Lake Forest Park, Shoreline, and the Shoreline Community College campus. Now our Alternative Services Demonstration Program is working with the communities of Lake Forest Park and Shoreline and with Shoreline Community College to identify transit gaps that might have been created by this reduction.

To learn more about Metro’s Alternative Services Demonstration Program, visit our Alternative Services Program website.

Community involvement

Metro has been working with community partners, including Shoreline Community College and the cities of Shoreline and Lake Forest Park, to assess transit gaps and determine whether any alternative transportation solutions might be a good fit to address those gaps. Last November we asked residents to complete a survey to tell us how you use—or would like to use—public transportation to get around.

Now we’re working with our partners to decide what, if any, alternative service solutions we should pursue.

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Latest news

We finished our needs assessment and are working with Lake Forest Park and Shoreline to decide on next steps.

Contact us

Ryan Miller
Transportation Planner
Alternative Services Program
Send Ryan an email
or call 206-477-5044