Major changes coming in bus routes
Metro Transit wants to hear from Eastside bus riders and other residents who want to help reshape public transportation in King County. The changes would take effect in 1997.
Eastside residents are encouraged to participate. Metro is planning a variety of public outreach and involvement activities. Customer and citizen questionnaires will be distributed on buses and at the information tables.
A telephone hotline for getting information, requesting a questionnaire and asking questions, will be set up at 684-1146. There will be information tables in shopping centers, libraries, and other locations during May and early June. Locations are: Bothell QFC, May 14, from 5-7 p.m., 18921 Bothell Way NE, Kenmore; May 16, from 5-7 p.m., QFC, 6708 NE 181st Lake Forest Park; May 18 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m., at 17171 Bothell Way NE.
If you can't come to an information table, you may request a questionnaire or other information by calling the Community Relations Hot Line at 684-1146 (voice), 684-1682 (TTY users only), or (800) 325-6165 toll-free (ask to be transferred to 684-1146.)