Metro Transit’s new RapidRide “A” Line will debut this Saturday, Oct. 2, and when it does, according to a breathlessly-worded press release: “…thousands of passengers in South King County... [Read more]
by Ralph Nichols The scheduled June 30 closure of the aging South Park Bridge means big changes are looming for motorists â€“ and Metro bus riders â€“ who regularly cross over it. Among those... [Read more]
Story by Ralph Nichols Photos & Video by Oran Viriyincy With Sound Transitâ€™s Link light rail trains running at last between Tukwila and downtown Seattle, it was time to experience this new commuter... [Read more]
Burien’s new Transit Center will open this coming Saturday, May 30th as part of King County Metro Transit seasonal service change.
Metro’s new Burien Transit Center has six off-street bus bays for more convenient boarding.
The $12.5 million Burien Transit Center features six bus bays for passenger boarding, including one dedicated to paratransit service. All of the boarding areas are now located off-street, enhancing safety for both transit customers and motorists in downtown Burien…
Starting in July of this year, it’s going to cost $2.50 to take the Sound Transit Link light rail from the new Tukwila station to downtown Seattle.
On Thursday (March 26th), the Sound Transit Board adopted the fare structure for the Link light rail system that will open in July. Light rail fares will be comparable to regional buses under the distance-based system, with a $1.75 base fare plus $.05 per mile, rounded up or down to the nearest quarter.
The $2.50 fee to travel from the airport to downtown will be the same as a bus ride. Youth base fares will start at $1.25 and have a maximum fare of $2.00 and Senior/disabled fares will start at $.75 and have a maximum fare of $1.25 under the adopted structure…
The Burien Transit Center is taking shape, and is reportedly on target to begin operations on Saturday, May 30th. The center, located on SW 148th, across from the Safeway complex where Rooty’s Sports... [Read more]