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Feb. 4
Transit agencies testing collision avoidance system
Eight transit agencies across Washington are working together on a pilot project to test and analyze a collision avoidance system that could help bus drivers reduce the number and severity of collisions with pedestrian, cyclists and vehicles.  Learn more...
Jan. 15
King County Metro and Seattle to retain two vintage streetcars as fundraising campaign kicks off
A citizen campaign is underway to maintain the presence of the George Benson streetcars as part of Seattle’s new streetcar network.  Learn more...
Jan. 14
Revised schedules for Metro Transit on Jan. 18, Martin Luther King Jr. holiday
King County Metro Transit reminds riders to review schedules for their routes as buses will operate on reduced weekday service Monday, Jan. 18, for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. The King County Water Taxi will not operate on Jan. 18.  Learn more...
Jan. 6
Looking for more transportation choices in Bothell and Woodinville?
Wish you had a better way to get around in your community?  Learn more...
Dec. 8
Forecast for major flooding on the Snoqualmie River could close numerous roads
A series of powerful storms making their way through the region is prompting flooding and road closures along the swollen Snoqualmie River this afternoon.  Learn more...
Sept. 18
King County welcomes new addition to its water taxi family
More than 100 years have passed since steam-powered ferries shuttled passengers between West Seattle and the downtown waterfront – and 17 years since the service was brought back to life by King County. Today King County Executive Dow Constantine and a host of other dignitaries and West Seattleites had reason to celebrate again as they dedicated the M/V Doc Maynard.   Learn more...
Sept. 15
King County’s water taxis going green with use of biodiesel fuel
In addition to fighting congestion, these King County water taxis are doing their part to combat greenhouse gas emissions by switching to the use of biodiesel fuel.  Learn more...
Sept. 4
Metro set to team up with Vashon Islanders to help shape future transit alternatives
King County Metro Transit is calling on Vashon/Maury Island residents to partner in an innovative effort that could set the stage for some new transit alternatives on the island.  Learn more...
Feb. 4
Help shape the Metro Transit system of our future
King County Metro wants public input as it launches an intensive long-range planning effort that will help determine what regional transit service will look like in 25 years.  Learn more...

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