As early as this Friday (May 11), Metro will begin a month-long project to install C Line improvements at the Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal.

Improvements will include two new RapidRide stations, lighting, information kiosks with real-time bus arrival signs, and five electric charging stations for vanpool and public use. A bus bulb will be added at the northbound station to create a larger boarding platform.

Construction will happen on weekdays between 6:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., and may cause periodic traffic disruptions. During especially intensive work, especially in peak travel hours, flaggers or police officers will help keep traffic moving.

Southbound bus riders will be directed to a temporary stop on SW Wildwood Place. The northbound stop will be less affected, but during some closures riders will need to use the next stop to the north, on Fauntleroy Way SW at SW Trenton Street.

New shelters, benches, and lighting will be available for immediate use when construction is finished. Other improvements, such as electric vehicle plug-ins and real-time bus arrival signs, will be phased in over the next several months.

The RapidRide C Line, serving West Seattle, SODO, and downtown Seattle, will be launched on Saturday, Sept. 29 along with the D Line serving Uptown, Queen Anne, and Ballard. Learn more: C Line » | D Line »