The King County Council approved the following changes in April, with the goal of improving service along the corridor during peak periods, when it is needed most. Learn more on the project website.
|210||Will serve the Eastgate Park-and-Ride.|
|211||Will not serve the South Bellevue Park-and-Ride|
|212||Some trips to downtown Seattle will be replaced with Route 210, which will now serve the Eastgate Park-and-Ride.|
|214||More trips will be added. Half of the trips will begin and end at the Issaquah Transit Center, and will not serve downtown Issaquah.|
|215||Will no longer serve the Issaquah Transit Center.|
|216||Will serve the Issaquah Highlands Park-and-Ride instead of North Issaquah. Afternoon/evening trips will stop at the Eastgate Freeway station.|
|218||Some Route 218 trips will be converted to a new Route 219, to serve both Issaquah Highlands and Sammamish. Issaquah Highlands riders will be able to use routes 216, 218, and 219.|
|219||This new route will connect both Sammamish and Issaquah Highlands to downtown Seattle.|
Note: Because of Metro’s constrained budget, we were limited to proposing improvements that did not involve additional costs.
Metro will also be making changes to service in other areas at the same time. We’ll post more information about the September service change when it becomes available later this summer.