In March 2016, one week after the launch of new Link light rail service to Capitol Hill and the University of Washington, we made several changes to bus service in the affected areas.
These service changes, shown here, include some modifications to the changes approved by the King County Council. The modifications are within Metro’s administrative authority and were made to address specific issues that arose after Council adoption.
See the adopted changes
Choose a route below to get information about what will happen in March 2016. You can also download the entire collection of information sheets in a compressed file (12MB).
Route 16 will be revised and renumbered as Route 62.
Routes 26 and 26X will be combined into all-day Route 26X.
Routes 28 and 28X will be combined into all-day Route 28X.
Route 66X will be revised and renumbered as peak-only Route 63.
Why delete Route 72?
To reduce duplication and improve reliability.
- North of NE 80th Street, use revised Route 372X or ST Route 522 (see current schedule) via a new stop at NE 85th Street and Lake City Way NE.
- Between NE 80th Street and the University District, use new Route 45, or revised routes 67, 73, or 373X.
- On University Way, use new Route 45 or revised routes 67, 73, or 373X.
- For service between the University District and downtown Seattle, use Link light rail or revised Route 74X (peak periods only).
Why delete Route 242?
To reduce duplication.
Use our interactive map to see how the recommended service would look at different times of day and compare it with current service.
How did we do?
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