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If so, please tell us how we can improve transit to make it easier to get there—no matter what time of day you work.
This project aims to develop an expanded service network in the north Eastside that moves us closer to Metro’s long-range vision.
Metro and the City of Seattle are asking for public input to help us design the replacement for Route 120.
Public meetings are Jan. 10 (Burien) and Jan. 11 (White Center).
SODO workers, we need your input. Which transportation concepts will help improve commutes?
Do you live, work, or go to school in Shoreline or Lake Forest Park? Tell us what you think about two transportation solutions designed for these communities.
Metro and Bellevue seek input from students/employees who commute to Eastgate and Factoria.
Metro may move these two trolley bus routes in downtown Seattle from James Street to Yesler Way.
Metro is asking people who live, work, or go to school in Sammamish to help us identify local transportation gaps that might be filled through our Alternative Services program.
Des Moines and Metro ask employees in and around Des Moines Creek Business Park for input.
Normandy Park and Metro ask workers in Normandy Park to help identify transit needs.
We’re reaching out to you to learn about what’s working well and how Access could be improved.
We want to hear from riders who currently use bus service between midnight and 5 a.m., or those who would use late-night bus service if it met their transportation needs.
Help Metro learn about transit gaps in these communities.
Tell us what you think about three transportation solutions designed for Kirkland and South Kenmore.
Seeking Vashon participation to improve island transportation.