King County Metro Transit made big changes to many of its bus routes on September 29th, 2012. They made these changes after much public consultation. Most changes to routes and schedules were a response to the introduction of the Rapid Ride C and D lines providing service from West Seattle to Downtown Seattle, and [...]
View 15/Line D changes in Crown Hill in a larger map
Back in January 2011, we reported the tentative routing for the northern terminus of King County Metro’s new Line “D” service. That routing as well as the routing for the southern terminus has now been finalized. Additionally station and stop information has been added [...]
The Seattle Citizens Transportation Advisory Committee III (CTAC III) is seeking public input. CTAC III was established by City Council Resolution 31240. The Mayor’s office appointed a 14 member committee this winter. The committee has been charged with setting priorities for the Seattle Dept of Transportation (SDOT) and recommending funding sources. They held 6 meetings [...]
A couple of years ago, we wrote an article on Walk Score® from walkscore.com. The Walk Score® for an address is a measure of the walkability for that address, in other words how easy it is to walk to most destinations such as grocery stores, libraries, bookstores, etc. Scores at the high end (90-100) indicate [...]
Many of you have received a postcard in the mail announcing proposed changes to 7th Ave NW and NW 100th Street near the QFC Shopping Center. These changes are proposed to facilitate the new routing of the Rapid Ride Line “D” which we covered earlier.
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is proposing changes to [...]
King County Metro will be replacing the current 15 and 15 Express buses which serve Crown Hill with Rapid Ride D Line by the end of 2012. As shown on KC Metro’s graphic (at the end of this article), both the Northern and Southern end of the line details have yet to be firmed up [...]
Walk Bike Ride is a Seattle initiative to:
Create an equitable transportation system for all by providing more affordable travel choices Focus on the places where people want to be and add qualities that make them want to stay Prioritize right-of-way space to emphasize walking, biking and riding
The initiative emphasizes the transportation choices [...]
The Seattle Citizens Transportation Advisory Committe Public Input Meeting for the North Sector will be held:
May 24th, 2011 5:30-7:30 PM Fremont Library Meeting Room 731 N. 35th Street Seattle, WA
Read more about CTAC III here.