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Dec. 27
Metro shuttles heading to Hawks game
SEATTLE – Football fans who want an easy trip to the games this weekend can climb on King County Metro Transit game day shuttles to the Seahawks game on Sunday, Dec. 29. 
Dec. 23
Ferry District announces contract with Bellingham ship builder to replace aging water taxi fleet
The King County Ferry District announced today a contract has been signed with Bellingham-based All American Marine to design and build two new water taxis to replace its pair of 25 year-old leased vessels. 
Dec. 19
Metro preparing for a snowy morning commute
With the weather forecast calling for the possibility of the first widespread snow of the season, Metro is making plans for a snowy Friday commute. 
Dec. 18
New transit information kiosks make their debut on Third Ave. in Downtown Seattle
The first of nine transit information kiosks was unveiled today at a Metro RapidRide stop on Third Avenue in downtown Seattle.  
Dec. 17
Metro Transit has upcoming holiday schedules, reduced service
King County Metro Transit reminds riders that buses will operate on holiday and reduced weekday schedules over the Christmas holiday and during several holiday periods through January – including a full week of reduced service Dec. 24-31. 
Dec. 9
Metro preparing for icy commute
If cold weather and difficult travel conditions persist into the Tuesday morning commute, Metro may substitute other available buses in place of articulated electric trolley buses in the Seattle area. That move provides service using buses that are better able to operate during winter weather but could reduce the number of bus trips during the commute. 
Nov. 27
Metro holiday, reduced schedules
King County Metro Transit reminds riders that buses will operate on holiday and reduced weekday schedules over the Thanksgiving holiday and during several holiday periods through January – including a full week of reduced service at the end of December. 
Nov. 27
Know before it snows: Sign up for Metro Transit alerts
With winter weather in the forecast, it’s a good reminder for King County Metro Transit riders to plan ahead how they will get around before the flurries fly. 
Nov. 21
Balanced statewide package still first choice, but King County will move on "Plan B" if needed for saving Metro buses and local roads
A balanced statewide transportation package, with local options for funding Metro Transit and roads in the cities and unincorporated areas, remains King County’s first choice – but in the absence of action by state Legislature, County leaders say they will develop legislation by year’s end to give voters the chance to save bus service and maintain roads. 
Nov. 15
Meetings ahead for Metro bus cuts
Due to inaction to date on stable funding for public transit, Metro must begin three months of meetings across King County to inform riders of proposed drastic bus cuts due to the absence of funding. 
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