Category Archive: Transportation

Nov 21

Restructuring Renton Service for RapidRide F

While Metro won’t be making any changes in north-central Seattle with the opening of RapidRide E next September, the agency is proposing some minor changes to the bus network in Renton with the concurrent opening of RapidRide F. The F Line will replace Route 140, boosting peak headways to ten minutes, and extending frequent service …

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Apr 03

Transit changes at King County Metro

For you transit buffs… time to provide your feedback on the latest proposed transit changes at King County Metro: In recent months, we’ve heard from nearly 10,000 transit customers about our proposals to restructure bus service to be more productive and meet the needs of more people. That public input has helped shape the final …

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Jan 19

Have a say about RapidRide F Line routing, stops

Metro invites you to have a say about RapidRide F Line routing and stop locations RapidRide service will be coming to Burien, SeaTac, Tukwila, and Renton when the F Line starts rolling in 2013. We want to hear from you now about proposed routing options and stop spacing. The F Line will serve Burien, SeaTac, …

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Oct 22

The Future of Transportation by Jim Flynn

People born during WW II have seen rapid response to changes in technology.  For example, electric clothes dryers, television, transistors, Programmable Controllers, Mobile Phones, Robotics, CDs, PCs, Flash Drives, iPads, BioMed and a plethora of hardware and

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Jul 10

Metro bus cuts

This would mean 177 bus routes – stretching from Seatac to Shoreline – will be slashed, reduced, or even eliminated! In SE Seattle the current proposal would affect 11 buses including: 7, 8, 42, 36, 106, and the 107! This is the last thing we need at a time when more and more people need …

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