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Metro plans new Route 910, changes to Route 919

Tell us what you think!

King County Metro Transit, in partnership with the City of Auburn, will introduce a new shuttle service in your area this September. This new Route 910 will operate between North Auburn and 15th Street SW. 

Metro is proposing changes to existing Route 919 to reduce overlap with the new service, and wants to know what you think about this proposal.

New Route 910

New Route 910 will travel from North Auburn to 15th Street SW via I Street NE, Auburn Way, and Auburn Station. It will provide service to the Auburn YMCA and the Supermall that is closer than existing service on 15th Street SW.

Route 910 will also provide Dial-a-Ride Transit (DART) service to the Auburn Court housing facility. DART vans go off regular routes to pick up and drop off passengers in a defined service area, providing this service by reservation.

Route 910 will operate Monday through Saturday, every 60 minutes between approximately 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Route 919

Route 919
Route 915

New Route 910 will provide service in North Auburn areas that are currently served by Route 919. To avoid overlapping service, Metro is considering changes to Route 919. Route 919 would be shortened to travel between Auburn Park and Ride and the southeast Auburn/Dogwood area.  DART areas serving the Auburn Senior Center, southeast Auburn and Dogwood would remain the same. Route 919 would operate Monday through Saturday, every 60 minutes between approximately 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.


Contact Mary Coltrane at 206-296-3724 or


Transit Now

New Route 910 was made possible by Transit Now, an initiative approved by voters in November 2006. Transit Now allows Metro to enter into financial partnerships with cities to expand service.

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

Complete this
Online Survey
by Friday, March 5.

Open House

You are invited to an open house with Metro service planners. Come and learn more about new Route 910 and changes being considered for Route 919.

Thursday, Feb. 25
46 p.m.
Council Chambers, Auburn City Hall
25 W Main St.

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


E-mail your comments by Friday, March 5 to


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


Contact Mary Coltrane at 206-296-3724 or

Updated: June 15, 2010