Posts Tagged ‘Transportation’

Extending RapidRide – More Metro in More Places

RapidRide may soon be expanding to reach other parts of Downtown Seattle. The City of Seattle is proposing to fund the extension of the RapidRide C Line and RapidRide D Line, providing more coverage to sections of Downtown Seattle. The RapidRide C Line extension would reach South Lake Union, providing a more seamless connection between […]

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King County Metro Transit has big dreams for future of transportation

Take King County Metro (Metro)’s Long Range Public Transportation Survey and help them envision the future of public transportation in Seattle. Metro is working to develop a Long Range Public Transportation Plan with a shared vision for a future public transportation system that gets people where they want to go, and help our region thrive. The survey […]

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Getting in the Groove: First Hill Streetcar project is on the move again

The delayed First Hill Streetcar project, which will run from First Hill to Capitol Hill upon completion, will hopefully be operating by summer. The stalled streetcar project is up and running again, and hopefully will be fully operational by Summer 2015! Currently three trains are undergoing assembly in Seattle and a fourth was delivered over […]

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Spring changes: King County Metro announces new schedule, other updates

King County Metro’s spring service starts Feb. 14. The new service changes includes revised bus routes, updated customer service hours and fare changes. The new spring schedule can be found now in the updated printed green timetables on buses or Metro information racks. The new schedule will be available online Feb. 13. Detailed information for […]

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Pronto! Ready to Roll in Seattle this Monday

It’s finally here – a bike-share program begins on Monday, Oct. 13 in the most bike-friendly state in the nation. That’s us, Washington state. Pronto! Cycle Share starts service with 500 bikes and 50 stations in Seattle, including nearly 30 in our Downtown area, which includes parts of South Lake Union and Capitol Hill.  Here’s […]

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