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Transit Riders asked to weigh in on North Eastside Mobility Project to change and improve north Eastside bus service King County Metro and Sound Transit have developed a service network proposal to revise, expand and improve north Eastside service – inclu

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
Transit Riders asked to weigh in on North Eastside Mobility Project to change and improve north Eastside bus service
 
King County Metro and Sound Transit have developed a service network proposal to revise, expand and improve north Eastside service – including options that keep Metro and Sound Transit service reliable across Lake Washington to UW, Downtown Seattle and within the community and is seeking community input.
 
Details for the North Eastside Mobility Project are online at kingcounty. gov, including information summaries that show proposed changes to existing routes, proposed new routes – including new route numbers – and a rider survey open through November 13.
 
Open houses
 
Monday, November 5, 6–8 p.m.; Kingsgate Library, Meeting Room, 12315 NE 143rd St., Kirkland
 
Wednesday, November 7, 6–8 p.m.; Kirkland City Hall, Peter Kirk Room, 123 Fifth Ave., Kirkland
 
If approved, changes to bus routes would be implemented in September 2019. If the proposal does not move forward, bus routes would stay the same except for changes related to construction projects in Downtown Seattle and the UW Montlake Station.
 

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