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http://metro.kingcounty.gov/metro/future
Time period definitions:
Peak, 5–9 a.m. and 3–7 p.m. weekdaysOff-peak, 9 a.m.–3 p.m. weekdays, 5 a.m.–7 p.m. weekendsNight, 7 p.m.–5 a.m. all days
Metro service reductionsproposed for February 2012
Starting in 2012, Metro Transit will nothave enough funds to maintain bus serviceat current levels. King County ExecutiveDow Constantine has asked the CountyCouncil to approve a congestion reductioncharge to help Metro maintain service fortwo years. The Executive also asked theCouncil to begin the process of reducingthe transit system by 17 percent, to asustainable level, if the congestion chargeis not approved.The Executive proposed an initialreduction of 100,000 hours of service totake effect next February. The proposedreductions are consistent with the serviceguidelines in Metro’s new Strategic Planfor Public Transportation. These guidelinesdefine a process and priorities for reducingservice. The first priority is to makereductions to routes that carry relativelyfew people per hour.The proposal eliminates entire routes or allservice during a specific period (peak, off-peak or night), or reduces how frequentlya service operates during an entire time-period. Most people who use the servicesproposed for reduction will have other,but less convenient options. The affectedroutes are listed below.
Reduced routes
14 N
SummitDowntownSeattleDiscontinue service after 7:00p.m.
22
White CenterDowntownSeattleDiscontinue midday andweekend service
25
Laurelhurst
DowntownSeattleReduce peak frequency fromhalf-hourly to hourly
51
AlaskaJunctionAdmiralDistrictDiscontinue midday andweekend service
53
AlaskaJunctionAlki BeachReduce the span of service,operate between 9:00 a.m. and3:00 p.m. only
139
GregoryHeightsBurienDiscontinue service after 7:00p.m.
209
North BendIssaquahDiscontinue service after 7:00p.m.
236
WoodinvilleKirklandDiscontinue service after 7:00p.m.
238
BothellKirklandDiscontinue service after 7:00p.m.
251
Bothell/North Creek/AvondaleRedmondReduce frequency duringmidday and on Saturday fromhourly to every two hours, andend weekday service at 7:00p.m. rather than 8:00 p.m.
930
RedmondTotem LakeReduce frequency from half-hourly to hourly
935
KenmoreTotem LakeReduce peak frequency tohourly and midday frequencyfrom hourly to every two hours
Deleted routes
34
Express
Seward ParkDowntown Seattle
38
Mt Baker TransitCenterBeacon Hill
42
Columbia CityDowntown Seattle
45
Queen AnneU. District
46
BallardU. District
79
Lake City/RavennaSeattle CBD
99
Seattle WaterfrontInternationalDistrict
116
FauntleroyDowntown Seattle
129
Riverton HeightsTukwila Int’l BlvdLink Station
134
BurienDowntown Seattle
175
Mirror Lake/WFederal WayDowntown Seattle
196
S Federal WayPark and RideDowntown Seattle
201
S Mercer IslandN Mercer Island
210
IssaquahDowntown Seattle
219
NewcastleFactoria
277
Juanita/RoseHillU. District
600
Seattle CBDGroup HealthAdmin. Offices
912
EnumclawCovington
925
NewcastleFactoria
927
IssaquahSammamish
moving toward financial stability and sustainability
Metro
June 20, 2011

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