Regional & Community Relations

February 24, 2020

Provide input on Metro’s proposed changes

Participate in an online survey

Do you take Metro transit in north King County? Or, would you be interested in taking it if only something were different? Help influence upcoming changes to transit service by participating in a survey or attending an open house with representatives from local transit agencies.

King County Metro is inviting participation in a North Link Connections Mobility Project feedback survey, available online through the end of March 2020.

The survey seeks to gather public feedback on a proposed new bus network is offered in six languages.

“As Sound Transit extends its light rail system to serve three new Link stations in 2021 (U District, Roosevelt, and Northgate), King County Metro is releasing initial proposals for updating bus service to integrate with the new stations. These concepts were created with the help of a community-based Mobility Board, and broader public feedback on service needs and priorities.”

Attend in person on March 4

Learn in person about the proposed changes by attending the North Link Open House on March 4, 4–6 p.m. held at Gould Hall in the U District. Interact and share your thoughts directly with agency representatives from King County Metro, Community Transit and Sound Transit. No RSVP is required.