Metro Transit General Manager Kevin Desmond spoke March 1 about the potential for service cuts starting in fall 2014 due to a $75 million annual revenue shortfall looming in Metro’s future.

As temporary funding sources are set to expire, King County Metro Transit is working with elected officials to identify sustainable funding to continue to provide transit service to Seattle and King County. We’re working closely with elected officials in Olympia to explain how important transit service is to our riders, the economy and as an alternative to driving in traffic.

More information about King County’s transportation funding challenge is online http://ow.ly/ibvO2 , live tweets captured on Storify and the presentation posted on YouTube #MetroFuture

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