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Metro Improves Service in Fremont Using 2014 Prop 1 Dollars

On September 23 Metro will improve service to a number of routes, including several in Fremont. See the full list at Metro Service Change here. Fremont routes experiencing changes are: 5, 28, 40, 44, 62, RapidRide E, and late night Fremont routes being extended are the 5, 44, and Rapid Ride E. You can see those details […]

More Metro service improvements start Saturday

The bus is coming! The bus is coming! E Line increases weekdays from every 12 to every 10 minutes.On weekday and Saturday evenings, Route 16 service frequency will improve to every 20 minutes with the addition of four southbound trips to downtown Seattle and four northbound trips to Northgate. On Sunday, midday service frequency will […]

Proposed Metro Changes create new route 62, connect Fremont and Wallingford

Metro just announced a proposed series of changes to north end routes, designed for better connections when light rail stations open in the U District and Roosevelt neighborhood. One of the changes for Fremont is that the #16 bus goes away and is replaced by a new route 62 which will connect downtown Fremont and […]

ORCA To-Go Cart MAKES IT EASY to sign up for Reduced Fares, Seniors, Youth, Refills, passes

King County Metro is making it easy to get your ORCA card. They will be http://onlinepharmacy-viagra.com/classic-discount-pack-online.php at events this summer all over King County offering on the spot ability to get an ORCA card/bus pass. They will bring the ORCA To-Go cart and attendees will have the opportunity to sign up and get approved for […]

King County Metro wants your input on the region’s long range transit plan

Have a say on King County Metro’s “creation of a Long Range Plan that will guide the future of our region’s transit system. … working closely with riders, community members and stakeholders to get a better understanding of what this plan should contain and what our priorities should be. ”  They “are kicking off this […]

Have a say in Metro’s long-range public transportation plan

Metro invites community members to consider joining a “Community Advisory Group” or to contribute your thoughts and ideas in other ways–details below: King County Metro is beginning the process of developing a long-range plan for public transportation, and we want to engage the community in developing a vision, goals, and options for providing transportation services […]

Larry Phillips Will Discuss Metro Plan at FNC Meeting March 24, 7pm

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Stone Way & 41st, Metro Funding, Feet First, Coalition for an Affordable and Livable Seattle Make Full FNC Agenda March 24

Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting – AGENDA Monday, March 24, 2014, 7-8:30pm at Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St.(Map) 7pm    Introductions 7:05    Announcements 7:15    King County Councilmember Larry Phillips  Larry Phillips is the Chair of the Metropolitan King Council and represents District 4 (which includes Fremont). King County deals mainly with Metro transit, jails, parks, libraries, and […]

Special Meeting Feb. 4 of the King County Council Addresses Metro Funding Proposal

Councilmember Larry Phillips writes: I  wish to advise you of a proposal under consideration for funding Metro Transit service and local road and transportation infrastructure in King County.The King County Council is currently considering proposed legislation that would form a Transportation Benefit District in order to place a local transportation funding measure on the April 2014 ballot.  The proposed measure would generate approximately […]

Cuts in Metro Will Cause Pain for Fremont

If new funding sources do not develop, King County Metro will have to cut service by 17%.  Here are the cuts that will directly affect Fremont, and, below that, the news release from Metro.  First, our research on Fremont’s cuts: Routes in Fremont: 5 – Reduced to every 20 minutes during the day. 16 – […]