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Dec. 28
King County Road crews continue round-the-clock-efforts to clear snow
While temperatures have warmed and snow has melted in much of the region, areas in northeast King County – particularly around Woodinville and Duvall – still have considerable snow on the roads creating difficult driving conditions. 
Dec. 23
Limited Metro service again for Dec. 24
Due to still-icy streets in many areas and the possibility of more snow overnight, King County Metro Transit will be operating approximately half of its regular weekday service on Wednesday, Dec. 24.  
Dec. 22
Metro Transit plans for another limited commute Tuesday
With travel conditions still not stabilized, King County Metro Transit will be offering approximately half of its regular weekday service on Tuesday morning, Dec. 23.  
Dec. 21
Snow, road closures to limit Metro bus service again Monday
King County Metro Transit will be operating approximately half of its regular service Monday morning, Dec. 22, because of ongoing difficult travel conditions due to heavy snowfall over the weekend. Also, roads throughout King County are expected to be dangerously icy Monday morning.  
Dec. 21
Metro will operate limited service Sunday; will run three Seahawks shuttles
Once again due to the weather and dangerous driving conditions, King County Metro Transit will be operating approximately half of its normal bus service for Sunday, Dec. 21. As of early Sunday morning, Metro plans to offer its Seahawks shuttle service to Qwest Field from Eastgate Park-and-Ride in Bellevue, Northgate Park-and-Ride in North Seattle, and the South Kirkland Park-and-Ride. 
Dec. 18
Major snow producing big travel problems
A major winter storm that moved into the area just before the morning commute continues to pound King County this afternoon, as Metro Transit struggles to keep service going and Road Services Division crews work to keep roads open. 
Dec. 16
King County Transportation crews gear up for another round of bad winter weather
Yet another winter storm with heavy snow possible in some King County communities by Wednesday evening has road and Metro Transit crews scrambling to get ready this afternoon. 
Dec. 14
County warns of an icy Monday commute
The ongoing wintry weather is expected to create a difficult Monday morning commute, and travel conditions will continue to be a challenge throughout this week. 
Dec. 12
King County Transportation gears up for first winter blast
With the season’s first punch of cold, wind, and snow headed our way, the King County Department of Transportation is prepared to respond to a variety of weather-related problems as we head into the weekend. 
Dec. 4
Transit tunnel ads help boost Metro’s bottom line
Beginning this month, bus riders will notice something new in King County Metro Transit’s Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel – the introduction of paid advertising that will generate much-needed income to help offset revenue losses resulting from the faltering economy. 
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