Delridge RapidRide H Line: Open house announced

Last time we mentioned the now-set-for-2021 Delridge Route 120/RapidRide H Line transition, an upcoming open house was noted. Today, details were announced – one week from tonight, Wednesday, October 10th, 5:30-7:30 pm. The event announcement from SDOT – which is partnering with Metro on the project going back to when it was under the “Delridge Multimodal Corridor” umbrella, since the transition will also “redesign” much of Delridge – includes:

In the Delridge corridor, we are proposing:

Bus lanes
Landscaped medians
Crosswalk improvements
Protected bike lanes and neighborhood greenway connections
Signal upgrades
Water and sewer pipe upgrades
Spot parking and bike lane removal
Public art

Learn more and give specific feedback about this early design work at our upcoming open house with King County Metro.

Attend our open house: Wednesday, October 10 – 5:30 to 7:30 PM
Mount View Elementary School
Cafeteria/Multi-Purpose Room
10811 12th Ave SW, Seattle
*Child care provided

For more information about the open house, please click here to see our postcard.

Stay tuned for an online open house with survey questions if you can’t make the event. Check out our website and keep an eye out for additional email updates from us to learn about additional opportunities to review the preferred option and provide feedback.

If you’re not on the e-mail list already, send a note to We first reported back in July that the H Line launch date had been pushed back to 2021.

4 Replies to "Delridge RapidRide H Line: Open house announced"

  • BlairJ October 4, 2018 (10:55 am)

    I wish they had a version of the map that we could zoom into so that detail would actually be legible. Went to the Metro website and their version isn’t any clearer.

    • WSB October 4, 2018 (11:02 am)

      Sorry, that’s where I got it and I couldn’t find a larger version there either. Hoping the “online open house” starting the same day as this event will have more & clearer graphics.

    • WSB October 4, 2018 (12:03 pm)

      Thank you!

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