|Metro Transit service changes have begun|
|Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff|
King County Metro Transit has made seasonal adjustments to its bus service. Bus riders can prepare by picking up new purple timetables, and using the online Trip Planner.
The Kirkland Transit Center will close on Sept. 19 for approximately a year, while the city makes improvements to Third Street between Central Way and Kirkland Avenue.
During this time, the eight routes that use the transit center will have temporary boarding locations in downtown Kirkland. Look for a map of these temporary stops in the Special Rider Alert brochure and on Metro Online.
Information on those revisions can be found at www.soundtransit.org.
Bus riders can find all the September changes detailed in the Special Rider Alert brochure, which will soon be in Metro information racks and posted online. New purple timetables will be available on buses and in Metro displays. The information is also in the online Trip Planner at www.kingcounty.gov/tripplanner. Enter a travel date of Sept. 19 or later to find the changed service.