Metro service change Saturday: How West Seattle routes are affected

Tomorrow is the next official “service change” for Metro, and some West Seattle routes will see changes. RapidRide C Line will add a northbound evening trip and southbound afternoon trip; downtown stops are changing for Route 37; and when Routes 50 and 60 get to Beacon Hill, they won’t be stopping inside the VA Medical Center grounds because of construction. All of the above, and other service changes taking effect tomorrow, are explained here.

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5 Replies to "Metro service change Saturday: How West Seattle routes are affected"

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    BC February 14, 2014 (2:45 pm)

    Thanks – now only if Metro were competent enough to also keep their website up and running.

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    Paul February 14, 2014 (3:58 pm)

    New stop for the C at 35th/Roxbury starts tomorrow too?

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      WSB February 14, 2014 (4:08 pm)

      This is the entirety of what is at the page (when you click on C Line) I linked: “One northbound trip to downtown Seattle leaving 29th Ave SW & SW Barton St between 8 and 9 pm will be added. During the same time, service frequency will improve to about every 10 minutes.

      Also, one southbound trip to West Seattle leaving 3rd Ave & Wall St at 2:34 pm will be added. Southbound service frequency to West Seattle will improve to about every 10 minutes between 2:29 and 4:10 pm, and 6:10 and 7:30 pm.”

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    Paul February 14, 2014 (8:32 pm)

    Last fall, Metro said the C would begin stopping at 35th/Roxbury in February. They rebuilt the stop on 35th and added the C route to the sign there. I presume the C will start serving the stop with the schedule change tomorrow, but I haven’t seen anything from Metro about it.

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    Chas Redmond February 14, 2014 (9:11 pm)

    The metro website shows a northbound only stop at 35th & Roxbury – new map possibly. http://metro.kingcounty.gov/schedules/673/map.html

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