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Metro may change Route 903 to serve Federal Way City Hall, Community Center and Celebration Park

Tell us what you think!

King County Metro Transit is proposing to change Route 903 in Federal Way and wants to know your opinion.

Metro is proposing to revise Route 903 so that it would travel on S 333rd Street, Park Road and 13th Place S between First Avenue S and S 324th Street. With this change the route would provide direct service to Federal Way City Hall, Community Center and Celebration Park. The proposed routing is faster and would enable Route 903 buses to operate more reliably.    

With this revision, Route 903 would no longer operate along 11th Place S, S 320th Street, and First Avenue S between S 333rd and S 320th streets. 

Alternative service for some Route 903 riders would be available along S 320th Street.  Riders now getting on/off Route 903 along First Avenue S between S 320th and S 333rd streets could either use existing bus routes operating along S 320th or go south to new Route 903 stops on S 333rd. 

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Questions?

Contact Mary Coltrane at 206-296-3724 or mary.coltrane@kingcounty.gov

 

Tell us what you think

Do you like the proposed revision of Route 903? Use any of the following methods to tell us what you think.

surveyOnline Survey

Survey closed
on Friday, March 5.

Open House

You are invited to an open house with Metro service planners. Come and learn more about the proposed change to Route 903.

Wednesday, Feb. 24
5-7 p.m.
Federal Way City Hall
33325 8th Ave S

Wheelchair accessible. Reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities are available upon request by calling 206-296-3724. TTY Relay: 711

E-mail

E-mail your comments by Friday, March 5 to mary.coltrane@kingcounty.gov

Write

Send written comments by Friday, March 5 to:
King County Dept. of Transportation
Community Relations
KSC-TR-0824
201 S Jackson St.
Seattle, WA 98104

Questions?

Contact Mary Coltrane at 206-296-3724 or mary.coltrane@kingcounty.gov

Updated: June 21, 2010