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1 Summary of Proposed Service s peak Service periods - current frequencies Service periods - proposed frequencies Night span 4 Kinnear - Seattle Central West Queen Anne - Seattle - Madrona Park North Queen Anne - - Madrona Park East Queen Anne - Seattle - Judkins Park Before :00 PM Before 7:00 PM Operate on weekdays between 6:00 AM and 7:00 PM only Before :00 AM Combine service with Route between Queen Anne and downtown Seattle to reduce duplication. Shift route from Seneca Street to Madison Street, where more service would be needed because revised Route would operate Before :00 PM only during commute hours. Operate service more often on weekdays since Route would no longer operate. Combine service with Route 4 to reduce duplication between Queen Anne and the Central. Extend route to Seattle Pacific University so it connects with Route Before :00 AM Before :00 AM and can be operated more efficiently. Operate service more often on weekdays and on Saturday since Route 4 would no longer be operate Before :00 AM, most most most North of Mercer St., use Route. South of Mercer St., use the RapidRide D Line or Route. North of downtown Seattle, use the RapidRide D Line or Route. On First Hill, service would be moved two blocks south to Madison Street. Traveling through downtown, connect with frequent service on Third Avenue. In Queen Anne, use revised Route or Route. In Queen Anne, use revised routes or. In Judkins Park, use Route 48 (unchanged) or revised Route them more efficient and preserve College - Seattle Central Before :00 AM Before :00 AM Operate service less often after 7:00 PM, on weekdays between 9:00 AM and :00 PM and on Saturdays. most 5EX College - Seattle Central 8 6 Use revised routes 5 Local or 55EX. them more efficient and preserve 7 Rainier Beach - Seattle Before :00 AM Before :00 AM Eliminate the Prentice Street loop part of the route in Rainier Beach. Operate service less often after 0:00 PM and during the day on Saturday. On Prentice loop, use Route 06. 7EX Rainier Beach - Seattle 4 4 and there is alternative service available for most Use revised regular Route 7. 8 Seattle Center - Rainier Beach Before :00 AM Before :00 PM Eliminate the part of the route between E John Street/6th Avenue E and S Jackson Street /rd Avenue S. Operate service less often after 0:00 PM. Replace the south part of the route between Rainier Beach and S Jackson Street /rd Avenue S with Route 06 to provide a direct connection between Renton Transit Center and downtown Seattle via Martin Luther King Junior Way S, S Jackson Street, and E Yesler Way (See Route 06 for more details). In Capitol Hill between 6th Avenue E and rd Avenue E, use Route 4. In Madison Valley between rd Avenue E and Martin Luther King Jr. Way E, use Route. In the Central between E Madison Street and S Jackson Street, use routes, 4, or revised Route 06. South of S Jackson Street, use revised Route 06. 9EX Rainier Beach - Capitol Hill Before 7:00 PM 0 Capitol Hill - Seattle Before :00 AM Before :00 AM Operate only during commute hours. Operate as a one-way route, northbound in the morning and southbound in the afternoon. South of S Jackson Street, use Route 7. North of S Jackson Street, use the First Hill Streetcar. Madison Park - Seattle Before :00 AM Before :00 PM Interlaken Park - Seattle Before :00 PM - Eliminate the part of the route northeast of E Madison Street/5th Avenue to reduce duplication with routes 0, and 4. Operate Route as a one-way route during commute hours, westbound in the morning and eastbound in the afternoon. Shift Route from Seneca Street to provide service on E Madison Street., most North of Madison Street, use Route 0 on 5th Avenue E, Route on E Madison Street, or Route 4 on E John Street. On Madison Street, use revised Route. Seattle Pacific - Seattle Before :00 PM Before :00 PM Combine service with Route between Queen Anne and downtown Seattle to reduce duplication. Operate more frequently on weekdays and on Saturday since Route would no longer operate most 4 Mount Baker - Seattle Before :00 AM Before 7:00 PM Operate Route 4 on weekdays only between 6:00 AM and 7:00 PM. Revise Route 06 to provide additional service on S Jackson Street.,, 4 On South Jackson Street, use revised Route 06 after 7:00 PM and on weekends. 5EX Blue Ridge - Seattle Green shading indicates unchanged routes UPDATED /4/04

2 Summary of Proposed Service s peak Service periods - current frequencies Service periods - proposed frequencies Night span 6 Northgate TC - Seattle via Wallingford Before :00 AM Before :00 AM Streamline routing to Northgate Transit Center by using N 9nd Street instead of NE Northgate Way. Shift routing from Aurora Avenue N to Fremont Bridge/Dexter Avenue N since routes 6 and 8 would no longer serve the area. Operate service more often during commute hours since routes 6 and 8 would no longer operate., most On College Way N and Meridian Avenue N, use routes 40, 45, or 46. On Aurora Avenue N, use routes 5, 6 Express, 8 Express or the RapidRide E Line. 7EX Sunset Hill - Seattle Reduce one afternoon trip. Reduce currently supported by a WSDOT contract for 8EX North Beach - Seattle Reduce one afternoon trip. Reduce currently supported by a WSDOT contract for 9 West Magnolia - Seattle 4 5 It s one of the lowest performing peak-only routes in Metro s system. Use revised routes 4 or. Westwood Village - Seattle Before :00 AM, and the loss of state funding to reduce the impact of Alaskan On 5th Avenue SW, use revised Route 50 and connect with Way Viaduct construction, this is part of a set of changes to a the revised C Line at 5th Avenue SW/SW Avalon Way, or group of routes to make them more efficient and preserve Link Light Rail/Route 0 and revised route 50 at SODO Busway/S Lander Street. EX Arbor Heights - Seattle Reduce one morning and one afternoon trip. Reduce currently supported by a WSDOT contract for Arbor Heights - Westwood Village - Alaska Junction Before 8:00 PM, and the loss of state funding to reduce the impact of Alaskan In Arbor Heights and Gatewood use Route EX or revised Way Viaduct construction, this is part of a set of changes to a Route 50. group of routes to make them more efficient and preserve On California Ave SW, use the RadpiRide C Line. 4 Magnolia - Seattle Central Before 0:00 PM Before 7:00 PM Operate during commute hours only and eliminate the part of the route that serves 8th Avenue W. Revise Route to serve 8th Avenue W and Magnolia Village., most Use revised routes 4 or. 5 Laurelhurst - Seattle Before 6:00 PM 4 and there is alternative service available for most In Laurelhurst, use revised Route 65 or Route 75 (unchanged). In Montlake and Roanoke, use revised routes 4, 49, or 70. Along Eastlake Avenue E (south of Mercer Street), use revised Route Wallingford - Seattle Before :00 AM, North of Fremont, use revised routes 6 or 6 Express. them more efficient and preserve South of Fremont, use revised routes 6 or 40. 6EX Wallingford - Seattle Combine service on routes 6 Express and 6 Local to make the system more efficient to operate. Operate two-way service between 6:00 AM and 7:00 PM on the Express path between Wallingford and downtown Seattle. most 7 8 Colman Park - Seattle Whittier Heights - Seattle Before 0:00 PM,, Before :00 AM, On E Yesler Way, use revised Route 4 or revised Route 06 along S Jackson Street. them more efficient and preserve In Leschi, Metro s RideShare, VanPool, or Hyde Shuttle programs may be options. North of Fremont, use revised routes 8 Express or 40. South of Fremont, use revised routes 6 or 40. them more efficient and preserve 8EX Broadview - Seattle Combine service on routes 8 Express and 8 Local to make the system more efficient to operate. Eliminate Express routing north of 0rd Street to reduce duplication with routes 5 and 55EX. Shift Express routing from NW Market Street/N 46th Street to N 9th Street since Route 8 would no longer serve the area. most North of 0rd Street NW, use revised Route 55EX and Route 5. 9 Ballard - Seattle Central 9 9 Eliminate the part of the route north of 7th Avenue W and W Raye Street due to lower ridership. Reduce three morning and three afternoon. most In Ballard, use Routes 7X, 8X, 40 or the RapidRide D Line. Along W Nickerson Street, use Route and transfer to the RapidRide D Line or revised route 6 or Route 40. Along rd Avenue W, use routes or. 0 Sand Point - University Before :00 AM, 4 and there is alternative service available for the most During peak periods, use Route 74 Express (unchanged). Along Sand Point Way NE, use Route 75 (unchanged). Between 0th Avenue NE and 45th Avenue NE, use revised Route 65. Between 0th Avenue NE and 0th Avenue NE, use revised Route 7 Express. Between University Way NE and 0th Avenue NE, use Route 48 (unchanged) or revised Route 7. Green shading indicates unchanged routes UPDATED /4/04

3 Summary of Proposed Service s peak Service periods - current frequencies Service periods - proposed frequencies Night span University - Magnolia University - Seattle Center West Discovery Park - Seattle Othello Station - Seattle Alaska Junction - Seattle via Alki Northgate TC - Seattle Lake City - Seattle Central via Northgate University - Seattle Before 7:00 PM,, Before :00 AM Before :00 PM Before 0:00 PM Before 0:00 PM Before :00 AM Before :00 AM Combine service with Route to reduce duplication. Operate service more often during commute hours since Route would no longer operate. Shift route from Stone Way N to Wallingford Avenue N since Route 6 would no longer serve the area. Revise routing to operate a clockwise loop on 8th Avenue W, W Emerson Street, Gilman Avenue W, nd Avenue W and Thorndyke Avenue W with service to Magnolia Village during the mid-day and after 7:00 PM. Operate service more often during commute hours since Route 9 would no longer operate and Route 4 would be reduced. Operate the route between Magnolia and Belltown after 7:00 PM and on weekends. Connect with Route 70 to make it more efficient to operate. Operate service less often Before :00 AM Before :00 PM Operate service less often during the mid-day and on Saturdays Before :00 AM Before :00 AM Before :00 AM Before :00 AM 44 Ballard - Montlake Before :00 AM Before :00 AM Summit - Seattle Central Mt Baker - University - Loyal Heights East of 5th Avenue W, use revised Route. In Magnolia, use revised routes 4 or and connect with them more efficient and preserve revised Route.,, 4 most and the loss of state funding to reduce the impact of Alaskan Way Viaduct construction. most Before 0:00 PM It s one of the lowest performing routes in Before :00 PM Before :00 PM 48EX Mt Baker - Loyal Heights and there is alternative service available for most On Stone Way N, use revised Route 6. In Discovery Park and Lawtonwood, use revised Route on W Government Way. On Beach Drive SW, Metro s RideShare, VanPool, or Hyde Shuttle programs may be options. On Alki and Harbor Avenue SW, use Water Taxi shuttle routes 77 or 775 (both unchanged). In the Alki neighborhood, use Route 56. On the Pike Street/Pine Street corridor in downtown Seattle, use revised routes 0,, 4, or 49. South of Olive Way, use revised Route 4. North of Olive Way, use revised routes 4 or 49. Use regular Route 48 (unchanged). 49 University - Seattle Before :00 AM Before :00 AM 50 Alki - Columbia City Before 0:00 PM Before 9:00 PM Revise Route 50 to serve Westwood Village in West Seattle using 5th Avenue SW since Route will no longer serve the area. Revise Route 8 to serve Alki. Operate service more often on Sundays since Route would no longer operate., of Metro's funding shortage and the loss of state funding for In West Seattle (Alki/Admiral/Alaska Junction/North Delridge), use revised Route 8. Traveling between West Seattle and downtown Seattle, connect with the RapidRide C Line or Route EX Admiral - University - Seattle Alki - Seattle Central Alaska Junction - Seattle Westwood Village - Capitol Hill Reduce one morning trip and two afternoon Reduce two morning and one afternoon trip Before :00 PM Before 9:00 PM Eliminate the part of the route north of Albro Place in South Beacon Hill to reduce duplication in the network. Revise Route 07 to serve South Beacon Hill. Extend route to Othello Link Station along S Graham Street to provide a connection with Route 6, revised routes 06 and 07, and Link light rail. Operate service less often on weekdays and at night.,, 4 shortage and the loss of state funding for Alaskan Way shortage and the loss of state funding for Alaskan Way On SW Admiral Way, use revised Route 56 Express. and the loss of state funding to reduce the impact of Alaskan In Genesee Hill, use revised Route 8. Way Viaduct construction. 6 North Beach - Ballard Before :00 PM It s one of the lowest performing routes in Ballard - Seattle Central It s one of the lowest performing routes in 64EX Lake City - First Hill Reduce two morning and two afternoon. routes in On 5th Avenue S, use revised Route 07. Between Beacon Hill and Little Saigon, use Route 6. North of S Jackson Street, use the First Hill Streetcar. North of NW Market Street and west of 4th Avenue NW, use revised routes 7 Express, 8 Express, or 40. Use revised Route 40 or the revised D Line and connect with revised Route. Green shading indicates unchanged routes UPDATED /4/04

4 Summary of Proposed Service s peak Service periods - current frequencies Service periods - proposed frequencies Night span 65 Lake City - University Before :00 AM Before :00 PM 66EX Northgate TC - Seattle via Eastlake Northgate TC - University Northgate TC - University University - Seattle Before :00 AM Before 9:00 PM Before 6:00 PM, Before 7:00 PM Before 7:00 PM Connect Route 70 with Route 6 to make the route more efficient to operate. Operate service more often during commute hours and add Sunday service to match the service levels on Route 6. Use revised routes 70 or 7. them more efficient and preserve Use revised Route 7. them more efficient and preserve and the loss of state funding to reduce the impact of Alaskan Way Viaduct construction. Along 5th Avenue NE use revised Route 7 Express. In Roosevelt and Maple Leaf, use revised Route 7 on them more efficient and preserve Roosevelt Way NE. 7 Wedgwood - Seattle Before :00 AM Before 7:00 PM Eliminate the part of the route north and south of NE 65th Street. Extend route to Roosevelt district for connections with revised Route 7 and to Sand Point for connections with Route 75. Operate service less often on weekdays and eliminate weekend service. At Wedgwood terminal, use routes 64 or 65. In View Ridge, use revised Route 7 on NE 65th Street. Along NE 65th Street, use revised route 7 or 7EX on Roosevelt Way NE/th Avenue NE or Route 65 on 5th Avenue NE or 7EX on 5th Avenue NE. 7 Lake City - Seattle Central via University Before :00 AM Along Lake City Way NE, use routes Express (unchanged), revised route 7 Express, or Sound Transit Route 5. them more efficient and preserve South of NE 95th Street, use revised routes 7 or 7 Express or Route 7 (unchanged). 7 Jackson Park - Seattle Before :00 AM Before :00 AM Combine service with routes 66EX, 67, 68, 7 and 7 to make service between northeast Seattle and downtown Seattle more efficient to operate. Shift route to Roosevelt Way NE from 5th Avenue NE to provide frequent service on a centralized corridor that more riders can access. North of NE Northgate Way, use routes 77, 47, 48 or 7EX. South of NE Northgate Way, use routes 7, 77 or 7EX. 74EX Sand Point - Seattle Northgate TC - Seattle Before :00 AM Before :00 AM 76 Wedgwood - Seattle North City - Seattle Central Greenwood It s one of the lowest performing routes in (REMOVE HYPERLINK) Use the RapidRide E Line (Coming to Shoreline and Seattle in 04) Ravenna - Madrona via Madison Park It s one of the lowest performing routes in Metro s TaxiScrip or RideShare programs may be options. It s one of the lowest performing routes in Metro s TaxiScrip or RideShare programs may be options South Lake Union - Seattle International - Waterfront Before 9:00 PM Before 7:00 PM Operate service less often. 8 0 Use Route 40. Use revised Route or multiple other routes that travel through the downtown Seattle core. 0 Renton TC - Seattle Central Before 0:00 PM Before 0:00 PM 0 Fairwood - Seattle Central Renton Highlands - Renton TC Before :00 PM Before 0:00 PM 06 Renton TC - Seattle Central via Rainier Beach Before :00 AM Before :00 AM Combine with the south part of Route 8 in the Rainier Valley. Shift route to Martin Luther King Junior Way S, S Jackson Street, and E Yesler Way between Rainier Beach and downtown Seattle. Revise Route 60 and extend Route 07 to provide service to South Beacon Hill. Operate service more often in the mid-day to match the current service levels of Route 8. For between Renton and downtown Seattle, connect with Link at Rainier Beach Station for a faster trip. On South Beacon Hill, use revised Route 07 to connect with Link at the Beacon Hillor Rainier Beach stations. On Airport Way S, use Route 4. Green shading indicates unchanged routes 4 UPDATED /4/04

5 Summary of Proposed Service s peak Service periods - current frequencies Service periods - proposed frequencies Night span Extend route from Rainier Beach Link Station to Beacon Link Station on Beacon Avenue S and 5th Avenue S, since routes 60 and Renton TC - Rainier Beach Before :00 AM Before :00 PM would no longer serve the area. Operate service less often during commute hours. 0 Tukwila Station - North Renton 4 Lake Kathleen - Seattle Shorewood - Seattle Renton Highlands - Seattle Eliminate the part of the route east of 56th Avenue SE. Reduce one afternoon trip Reduce two morning and one afternoon trip. This route will be discontinued when we launch the new RapidRide F Line to reduce duplication. Shortened route to preserve and the loss of state funding to reduce the impact of Alaskan Way Viaduct construction. routes in Use the new RapidRide F Line. East of 56th Avenue SE in Lake Kathleen, Metro's RideShare or VanPool programs may be an option. In Shorewood, Metro s RideShare, VanPool, or Hyde Shuttle programs may be options. At the Olson-Myers Park-and-Ride, use revised Route 60 and connect with Route 4 in Georgetown to reach downtown Seattle. In White Center, use Route 0. 6EX Fauntleroy Ferry - Seattle Tahlequah - Vashon Before 9:00 PM Before 9:00 PM 8EX Tahlequah - Seattle Central via ferry End route at 4th Avenue S and S Jackson Street (SODO Busway and Link Station). Reduce four morning and two afternoon. Operate fewer during the day. Begin service later in the morning and end service earlier in the evening. End route at 4th Avenue S and S Jackson Street (SODO Busway and Link Station). Reduce one morning and one afternoon trip. 9 Dockton - Vashon Before 5:00 PM Before 5:00 PM Operate fewer during the day. 9EX 0 Dockton - Seattle Central via ferry Burien TC - Seattle Central Highline Community College - Seattle Central Before :00 AM Before :00 AM End route at 4th Avenue S and S Jackson Street (SODO Busway and Link Station). Reduce during the commute hours that carry fewer Eliminate reverse-peak between downtown Seattle and Burien in the morning and back in the afternoon. Reduce 0 morning and afternoon.,, of Metro's funding shortage and the loss of state funding for of Metro's funding shortage and the loss of state funding for of Metro's funding shortage and the loss of state funding for shortage and the loss of state funding for Alaskan Way shortage and the loss of state funding for Alaskan Way Connect with Link Light Rail or service along SODO Busway to complete trip into downtown Seattle. Connect with Link Light Rail or service along SODO Busway to complete trip into downtown Seattle. Connect with Link Light Rail or service along SODO Busway to complete trip into downtown Seattle. Highline Community College - Seattle Central Reduce morning and afternoon. shortage and the loss of state funding for Alaskan Way Gregory Heights - Seattle 4 5 Reduce morning and afternoon. shortage and the loss of state funding for Alaskan Way 4 Tukwila - Seattle Central Before :00 AM Before :00 AM 5 Westwood Village - Seattle Before 0:00 PM - Operate Route 5 only during commute hours.,, 4 of Metro's funding shortage and the loss of state funding for Outside of commute hours, use revised Route 8. Traveling between West Seattle and downtown Seattle, connect with Route 0 on Delridge Way SW. Extend service to Alki in West Seattle. 8 Revise routing to use 6th Avenue SW, SW Genesee Street, SW Southcenter - Admiral Before :00 AM Before 0:00 PM Alaska Street, California Avenue SW and SW Admiral Street of Metro's funding shortage and the loss of state funding for between South Seattle Community College and Alki. Operate service less often during the mid-day, at night and on Burien TC - Seattle Central weekends. via Before :00 AM Before :00 PM Operate as a shuttle between Westwood Village and Burien after, 4 of Metro's funding shortage and the loss of state funding for Highland Park 7:00 PM (See map for routing) Operate service less often during the mid-day, at night and on Burien TC - Seattle Central weekends. via South Before :00 AM Before 0:00 PM Operate as a shuttle between Westwood Village and Burien after, 4 of Metro's funding shortage and the loss of state funding for Park 7:00 PM (See map for routing) 9 Burien TC - Gregory Heights Before 7:00 PM It s one of the lowest performing routes in During peak periods, use revised Route. 40 Burien TC - Renton TC Before 0:00 PM Before 0:00 PM 4EX Black Diamond - Seattle Reduce one morning and one afternoon trip. 48 Fairwood - Renton TC Before 9:00 PM Before 9:00 PM Operate service less often during commute hours and the mid-day. routes in In High Point and Morgan Junction, use the RapidRide C Line or revised Route 50 and connect with revised Route 8 at 5th Avenue SW and SW Alaska Street. In North Admiral, use revised Route 55 during the commute hours. At night, between downtown Seattle and the Duwamish, use Route 4. For other parts of the route, use Route 0 or the RapidRide C Line between downtown Seattle and Westwood Village and transfer to the Route shuttle. At night, between downtown Seattle and the Duwamish, use Route 4. For other parts of the route, use Route 0 or the RapidRide C Line between downtown Seattle and Westwood Village and transfer to the Route shuttle. Green shading indicates unchanged routes 5 UPDATED /4/04

6 Summary of Proposed Service s peak Service periods - current frequencies Service periods - proposed frequencies Night span 50 Kent Station - Seattle Before :00 AM Before :00 PM 5 Auburn - Seattle Central 5 5 At Star Lake Park-and-Ride, use revised routes 77 or 9. Between Auburn and I-5, Metro s RideShare or VanPool programs may be options. At Auburn Station, use Sounder commuter rail. 5 Kent Station - Renton TC 0 0 Before 6:00 PM Before 6:00 PM Tukwila Station - Boeing Industrial Southcenter - Highline Community College Lake Meridian - Seattle Kent East Hill - Seattle Timberlane - Seattle Lake Meridian - Seattle Before 0:00 PM Before 7:00 PM Operate service less often during the mid-day. Combine service with routes 58 and 59. Shift routing to nd Avenue SE from 6th Avenue SE between SE 40th Street and the Lake Meridian Park-and-Ride. Add two morning and three afternoon since routes 58 and 59 would no longer operate , 5 5 Green River Community Before 0:00 PM Before 9:00 PM College - Kent Station 66 Kent Station - Burien TC Before :00 PM Before :00 PM, 4 for the most Use the new RapidRide F Line and connect with Route 4 at the Tukwila International Boulevard Station to reach the Boeing Industrial Area. In Des Moines, Route 66 may be an option after 7:00 PM. In Lake Meridian and along nd Avenue SE and SE 40th Street, use revised Route 57. Along SE 40th Street and James Street in Kent, use revised routes 64 and 68. At the Kent/Des Moines Park-and-Ride, use revised routes 77 and 9 Express. At the Kent Station, use Sounder commuter rail. At the Lake Meridian Park-and-Ride, use revised Route 57. East of 04th Ave SE, use revised routes 64 and 68. Along Canyon Drive SE, use Route 69 (unchanged). At the Kent/Des Moines Park-and-Ride, use revised routes 77 and 9 Express. Along 04th Ave SE and 08th Ave SE, use Route 69 (unchanged). In Tukwila, use revised Route Renton - University 4 4 At the Renton Transit Center and South Renton Park-and- Ride, use Route 0 (unchanged) and connect with University service in the Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel. At the Newport Hills Park-and-Ride, use revised Route and connect with U- service in the Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel. Along SR-50, use Sound Transit routes 540, 54, or Maple Valley - Kent Station Before :00 PM Add service during commute hours to connect with Sounder Before :00 PM Commuter Rail in order to replace commuter service on routes 58 and Kent Station - Renton TC Before :00 PM Before :00 PM for the most 7 77 Federal Way TC - Federal Center South Federal Way - Seattle Combine service with routes 78, 79, 90 and 9. Revise routing to serve Star Lake and Kent/Des Moines freeway stations. Operate into downtown Seattle via Seneca Street and out of downtown Seattle via S Atlantic Street ramps to I-5. Add eight morning and eight afternoon., most In Federal Way and along Pacific Highway S, use the RapidRide A Line (unchanged) and connect with revised Route 4 at the Tukwila Link Station. 78 Federal Way - Seattle 7 8 At the South 0th Street Park-and-Ride, use revised Route them more efficient and preserve Twin Lakes - Seattle 8 7, 80 Aurburn - Burien TC Before 4:00 AM Before :00 AM Eliminate service between :00 AM and 4:00 AM 8 8 Twin Lakes P&R - Green River Community College NE Tacoma - Federal Way TC Before 0:00 PM Before 9:00 PM Add service during commute hours between Twin Lakes Park-and- Ride and Federal Way Transit Center in order to improve connections replacing routes 79 and Before 8:00 PM Before 8:00 PM Operate service less often during commute hours. 8 Federal Way - Kent Station Before 6:00 PM Before 6:00 PM In Federal Way, between the Twin Lakes Park-and-Ride and the Federal Way Transit Center, use revised Route 8 and them more efficient and preserve connect with revised Route 77 or Sound Transit Route 577. most Green shading indicates unchanged routes 6 UPDATED /4/04

7 Summary of Proposed Service s peak Service periods - current frequencies Service periods - proposed frequencies Night span 86 Enumclaw - Auburn Station 0 60 Before 6:00 PM Before 6:00 PM Operate service less often Federal Way TC - Twin Lakes Redondo Heights - Seattle Star Lake - Seattle Central 9EX Federal Way - First Hill EX Twin Lakes - University Downtown Issaquah - North Issaquah South Mercer Island - Mercer Island P&R via Mercer Wy South Mercer Island - Mercer Island P&R - Shorewood South Mercer Island - Mercer Island P&R via Island Crest South Mercer Island - University Before :00 PM Before 9:00 PM Shift routing to SW th Street between st Avenue SW and Federal Way Transit Center since Route 90 DART would no longer serve the area Eliminate the part of the route that serves Tukwila Park-and-Ride to make it more efficient to operate. Revise to serve north part of downtown Seattle in order to provide additional service capacity. Reduce one afternoon trip. Eliminate the part of the route west of Federal Way Transit Center to make it more efficient to operate. Reduce two afternoon Before 6:00 PM, 4 6,, for the most Along S 0th Street, use Route 8. At the Star Lake Park-and-Ride, use revised Route 77. At the Redondo Heights Park-and-Ride, use the RapidRide A them more efficient and preserve Line (unchanged) and connect with Link light rail at the Tukwila Link Station. Along Military Road S, south of Reith Road, use Route 8 (unchanged) and connect at Kent Station with the Sounder Train. them more efficient and preserve Along Military Road S, north of Reith Road, use Route 66 (unchanged) and connect at the Kent/DesMoines Park-and- Ride with revised Route 77. most most and there is alternative service available for most At Tukwila Park-and-Ride, use Route 50 to downtown Seattle and connect with routes or, or the First Hill Streetcar. In Federal Way between Twin Lakes and the Federal Way Transit Center, use Route 8 and connect with the revised Route 97. South of I-90, use revised Route 08 and Sound Transit Route 554. North of I-90, use revised Route 69 during peak travel periods. Metro s RideShare or VanPool programs may be options. Use revised Route 04 and connect with Route 6 (unchanged) or with Sound Transit routes 550 or 554 for downtown Seattle Before 6:00 PM It s one of the lowest performing routes in Metro s RideShare or VanPool programs may be options Before :00 PM Before 6:00 PM Combine service with Route 0 and operate between 6:00 AM and 6:00 PM on weekdays. Operate service less often during the mid-day. Eliminate weekend service North Bend - Issaquah Operate service less often. Operate in both directions during commute hours since routes 09 and 5 would no longer operate. 09 North Bend - Issaquah Before 8:00 PM 0 EX Issaquah - Seattle Central via Factoria Issaquah Highlands - First Hill , for the most and there is alternative service available for most and there is alternative service available for most Use revised Route 04 and connect with Route 6 (unchanged) or with Sound Transit routes 550 or 554 for downtown Seattle and connections to First Hill or the University. The Valley Shuttle and Snoqualmie Valley Transportation may be options. Along Railroad Avenue, between Snoqualmie Parkway and the Factory Stores, use revised Route 08. West of Snoqualmie Parkway, use the Valley Shuttle. At the Eastgate Park-and-Ride, use revised Route. In Somerset, use revised Route 4. In Lakemont, Metro s RideShare or VanPool programs may be options. At the Issaquah Highlands, Eastgate, and Mercer Island parkand-rides, use revised Route or routes 6, 8, or 9 (unchanged) and connect with the First Hill Streetcar. 4 Eastgate - Seattle Central Mercer Island P&R - Covenant Shores Issaquah - Seattle Central 6 5 Add three morning and three afternoon reverse-peak direction since route 7 would no longer operate. for the most Before :00 PM It s one of the lowest performing routes in Metro s RideShare or VanPool programs may be options. 8 7 Reduce five morning and six afternoon. routes in 5 North Bend - Seattle 5 5 Use revised Route 08 and connect with revised Route 4 or Sound Transit Route 554 at the Issaquah Transit Center. 6 Sammamish - Seattle Issaquah - Seattle Central via Eastgate Issaquah Highlands In Issaquah, use Sound Transit Route 554 to connect with Route 69. At the Eastgate Park-and-Ride, use revised Route or Sound Transit Route 554. Green shading indicates unchanged routes 7 UPDATED /4/04

8 Summary of Proposed Service s peak Service periods - current frequencies Service periods - proposed frequencies Night span 9 Sammamish-Seattle Education Hill - Eastgate Before 0:00 PM Before 9:00 PM 4 Fall City - Redmond TC Before 6:00 PM Before 6:00 PM Eliminate the part of the route between Overlake Transit Center and Education Hill. Revise Route 4 to serve Education Hill. Operate service more often on Sundays. 6 Eastgate - Bellevue Before :00 PM Before 9:00 PM Duvall - Bellevue Reduce one morning and one afternoon peak direction. Eliminate reverse-peak between Bellevue and Redmond in the morning and back in the afternoon. routes in Between Redmond Transit Center and Education Hill, use revised Route 4. Between NE 40th and 70th streets, use the RapidRide B Line or revised Route Kenmore - Bellevue Before 9:00 PM Before 7:00 PM Revise routing east of 00th Avenue NE to serve Totem Lake Transit Center, Redmond Transit Center and Education Hill. Operate service less often during the mid-day. Between Juanita and Kirkland Transit Center, use Route 55. Between Kirkland Transit Center and Bellevue Transit Center, use revised Route 5. 5 Kingsgate - Bellevue Before :00 AM Before 0:00 PM Eliminate the part of the route north of Kirkland Transit Center. Operate service more often during commute hours and on weekends since Route 4 will no longer serve the area. Between Kirkland and Totem Lake Transit Centers, use revised Route 6. 6 Woodinville - Kirkland Before 9:00 PM Before 8:00 PM Revise to use more direct routing on 4th Avenue NE between Brickyard Park-and-Ride and Totem Lake Transit Centers. Revise routing to serve the Rose Hill neighborhood. Operate service less often during the mid-day., In Juanita, use revised Route 55. On NE 6th Street, Metro's Rideshare and VanPool programs may be an option. 7 Woodinville - Bellevue 8 Bothell - Kirkland Before 0:00 PM, 40 Bellevue - Renton Before :00 PM Before 9:00 PM 4 Eastgate - Bellevue via South Bellevue Before 0:00 PM Before 7:00 PM Operate service less often during the mid-day and on Saturdays. 4 Northgate - Overlake Jackson Park - Bellevue 44EX Kenmore - Overlake Kirkland - Factoria Before :00 PM Before :00 PM Eliminate the part of the route that travels into the Bellevue College campus to make the route more efficient to operate. Operate service less often on Saturdays after 7:00 PM. 46 Eastgate - Bellevue via Factoria Before 6:00 PM Before 6:00 PM 48 Avondale - Kirkland Before :00 PM Before 9:00 PM Operate service less often after 7:00 PM. 49 Overlake - Bellevue Before 7:00 PM Before 6:00 PM Operate service less often during commute hours Overlake - Seattle Central Kingsgate - Seattle Central Reduce one morning and one afternoon trip., 4, Between the Woodinville Park-and-Ride and NE 8th Street, use revised Route and connect with revised Route 4 or them more efficient and preserve Sound Transit routes 5 or 55 at the NE 8th Street freeway stops. Between Bothell and Totem Lake, use revised Sound Transit Route 5. Between the Brickyard Park-and-Ride and Riverside Road, use revised Route 6. Between Brickyard and Kingsgate park-and-rides, use Route 57 during commute hours or revised Route 4 on 00th Avenue NE. them more efficient and preserve Between the Totem Lake Transit Center and NE 80th Street, use revised Route 4. Between the Houghton Park-and-Ride and the Kirkland Transit Center, use revised route 6 or 45. Between downtown Bothell and Brickyard Road NE, Metro s RideShare or VanPool programs may be options. At the Green Lake Park-and-Ride, use Sound Transit Route 54. North of Green Lake Park-and-Ride, use revised Route 7 and them more efficient and preserve connect with Sound Transit Route 54 in the University. Use revised Route 7 and connect to revised Route 7 in the University. and there is alternative service available for most for the most In Kenmore, use revised Route 4 and connect with Sound Transit routes 566 or 567 at the Bellevue Transit Center, or use revised Route 4 and connect with the RapidRide B Line (unchanged) on Rose Hill. On the Bellevue College Campus, use Routes or 6. Use revised Route 49 to connect with Route 68 or Sound Transit Route 545 in Overlake. Green shading indicates unchanged routes 8 UPDATED /4/04

9 Summary of Proposed Service s peak Service periods - current frequencies Service periods - proposed frequencies Night span Brickyard - Seattle Central via Kirkland TC Brickyard - Seattle Central Finn Hill - Seattle Central Before :00 AM Before :00 AM Eliminate the part of the route north of Totem Lake Transit Center. Revise Route 6 to serve 4th Avenue NE., Reduce one morning and one afternoon trip. Along 4th Avenue NE, use route 5, 57 or revised Route 6. At Juanita, use revised Route 55. On Finn Hill, use revised Route 4 and connect to revised routes 5, 57, or at the Kingsgate freeway station. Along NE 6th Street, Metro s RideShare or VanPool programs may be options. 65 Overlake - First Hill 0 0 At the Overlake Transit Center, use Sound Transit Route 545. Along 48th Avenue NE, use the RapidRide B Line (unchanged) or revised Route 45 to connect with Route 68 and Sound Transit Route 545 in Overlake. Along NE 70th Street, use revised Route 45 to connect with revised Route 55 on 08th Avenue NE. 68 Redmond - Seattle Central Issaquah - Overlake Before 7:00 PM Before :00 AM 7 Issaquah - University Before 0:00 PM Before 0:00 PM Eliminate reverse-peak service between Overlake and Issaquah in the morning and back in the afternoon. Reduce two morning and four afternoon. Eliminate the part of the route east of Eastgate Park-and-Ride. Eliminate the part of the route that travels into the Bellevue College campus., routes in for the most Between Southeast Redmond and Issaquah Highlands, use routes 6 or 9. In Issaquah, use Sound Transit routes 554, 555, or 556. Along Eastgate Way, use Route. Between Issaquah and Eastgate, Metro's Rideshare or VanPool programs may be an option. 77 Juanita - University 6 6 In Juanita, use revised Route 55 to connect with Sound Transit Route 540 at Kirkland Transit center or use revised Route 55 to connect with revised Route 7 or Sound Transit Route 54 at the Evergreen Point freeway station. On NE nd Street, use Route 57 to connect with revised Route 7 or Sound Transit Route 54 at the Evergreen Point freeway station. On 4th Avenue NE, use revised Route 5 to connect with Sound Transit Route 540 on 08th Avenue NE. At the Houghton Park-and-Ride, use revised Route 45 to connect with Sound Transit Route 540 on 08th Avenue NE Renton via Bellevue Metro s TaxiScrip program may be an option. 0 Aurora Village - Seattle EX Shoreline - First Hill 04 06EX 08 Richmond Beach - Seattle Kenmore - Seattle Central Horizon View - Seattle 09EX Kenmore - First Hill EX Duvall - Seattle Central Bothell - Seattle Central Reduce one morning and one afternoon trip and there is alternative service available for most In Richmond Beach, use revised Route 48 and connect with Route 0 (unchanged) at N 85th Street and Aurora Avenue N. Along Dayton Avenue N, use Route 45 (unchanged) and connect with revised Route 55 Express at N 45th Street and Aurora Avenue N. Along N 45th Street, use the new RapidRide E Line, Route 6 (unchanged), or revised Route 55 Express. Use Route Express (unchanged) or Sound Transit Route 5. Along Ballinger Way NE, use revised Route and connect with Route Express (unchanged) and Sound Transit Route 5. Along State Route 5, use Route Express (unchanged) and Sound Transit Route 5. Along NE 45th Street, use revised Route 65. North of Ballinger Way NE, Metro s RideShare or VanPool programs may be options. 6 Meredian Park - Seattle Green shading indicates unchanged routes 9 UPDATED /4/04

10 Summary of Proposed Service s peak Service periods - current frequencies Service periods - proposed frequencies Night span 0 College - Lake City Before 7:00 PM Before 7:00 PM After 7:00 PM, use the following services to make connections at Northgate Transit Center: College - Kenmore Before :00 PM Before 7:00 PM At College use Route 45. At Aurora Village Transit Center, use Route 46. In Mountlake Terrace, use Route 47. In Kenmore and Lake Forest Park, use Sound Transit Route 5 to routes 4 or Shoreline - Renton Eliminate the parts of the route west of Kenmore Park-and-Ride and south of Bellevue Transit Center. Add one afternoon trip since Route 7 would no longer operate. 45 College - Northgate Before 0:00 PM Before 0:00 PM 46 Aurora Village - Northgate Before :00 PM Before 9:00 PM EX 58EX Mountlake Terrace - Northgate Richmond Beach - Northgate College - Seattle Central Aurora Village - Seattle Before :00 PM Before :00 PM Before :00 PM Before 9:00 PM Before :00 AM Before :00 AM Combine service with Route 5EX and shift route to Aurora Avenue N from I-5. Add five morning and four afternoon since Route 5EX would no longer operate. Reduce early morning and Sunday that carry fewer Will be replaced by the RapidRide E Line in February 04 with more and longer hours of service. Information shown here is for the current Route 58EX most Reduce currently supported by a WSDOT contract for West of Kenmore Park-and-Ride, use Route. South of Bellevue Transit Center, use Sound Transit routes 560 and 566. Along N 85th Street, use Route 48. 7EX Woodinville - Seattle Before 9:00 PM Before :00 PM Eliminate the part of the route east of the UW Bothell Campus. Operate the part of the route between Lake City and the UW Bothell Campus on weekdays only. Operate service more often after 7:00 PM and on weekends since Route 7 would no longer operate. Between Woodinville and UW Bothell, use Route 5. 7EX Aurora Village - University Village EX - Group Health (Tukwila) 67 Federal Way - Tukwila Before :00 AM Before :00 AM 67 Bellevue - Redmond Before :00 AM Before :00 AM DART Westwood Village - Seattle Ballard - Seattle Central Mirror Lake - Federal Way TC Before :00 AM Before :00 AM Reduce late night and weekend that carry fewer Before :00 AM Before :00 AM Reduce late night and weekend that carry fewer Before 9:00 PM Reduce currently supported by a WSDOT contract for Reduce currently supported by a WSDOT contract for Use revised Route DART Twin Lakes - Federal Way TC Before 9:00 PM Before 7:00 PM Operate service less often during the mid-day and on weekends., 906DART Fairwood - Valley Medical Center - Southcenter Before 6:00 PM Before 6:00 PM 907DART Enumclaw - Renton TC Before :00 PM Before :00 PM Operate fewer during the day. 908DART Renton Highlands - Renton TC Before 5:00 PM 4 and there is alternative service available for most 909DART Kennydale - Renton TC Before 7:00 PM It s one of the lowest performing routes in 90DART North Auburn - SuperMall Before 4:00 PM It s one of the lowest performing routes in In the Renton Highlands near Group Health and the Renton Technical College, use revised Route 05. In Maplewood, Metro s RideShare or VanPool programs may be options. In the Renton Highlands near Group Health and the Renton Technical College, use revised Route 05. In the Renton Highlands near NE Sunset Boulevard, use revised Route 40. In Kennydale, use Sound Transit Route 560 at the NE 0th Street/I-405 Freeway Stop. In the Kennydale DART service area, Metro s RideShare or VanPool programs may be options. Near the Supermall and 5th Street SW, use revised Route 8. Near North Auburn, use revised Route 80. Green shading indicates unchanged routes 0 UPDATED /4/04

11 Summary of Proposed Service s peak Service periods - current frequencies Service periods - proposed frequencies Night span 9DART Kent Station - Riverview 0 Before 6:00 PM It s one of the lowest performing routes in 94DART Kent - Kent East Hill Before 4:00 PM Before 4:00 PM Combine service with Route 96. Eliminate the part of the route outside of downtown Kent. 95DART Enumclaw - Auburn Station Before :00 PM Before :00 PM Operate fewer during the day. 96DART Kent - Kent East Hill Before 4:00 PM 97DART Pacific - Auburn Before 6:00 PM Before 6:00 PM Operate only during commute hours. 4 Near the Kent Sounder Station and the North Kent Industrial area, use revised Route 50 or Route 5 (unchanged). In the Lakes and Riverview neighborhoods, Metro s RideShare or VanPool programs may be options. On the Kent East Hill use routes 64, 68, and 69. for the most In downtown Kent, use revised Route 94. In Kent s East Hill area, use revised routes 64 or 68, or Route 69 (unchanged). 99DART SE Auburn - Auburn P&R Before :00 PM It s one of the lowest performing routes in South of Auburn Station, use revised routes 86 or 95. North of Auburn Station, use revised Route DART Issaquah - Lake Sammamish Before 5:00 PM It s one of the lowest performing routes in In Sammamish, use routes 6 and 9 (both unchanged). In Issaquah, use revised Route 08 and Sound Transit Route DART Kingsgate - Redmond 0 Before 5:00 PM, 4 9DART Bothell - Redmond Before 7:00 PM Before 7:00 PM Operate only during commute hours. In the DART service areas, Metro s RideShare or VanPool them more efficient and preserve programs may be options. 95DART Totem Lake - Kenmore 0 Before 6:00 PM It s one of the lowest performing routes in Outside of commute hours, Metro's RideShare program may be an option. North of Juanita, use revised Route 4. East of Juanita, use revised Route 55. Green shading indicates unchanged routes UPDATED /4/04

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