From today (Wednesday, March 25) until sometime in July, eastbound N 200th Street will be closed between Aurora Avenue N and the Aurora Village Transit Center as construction continues in the area (see our earlier post about this project). The westbound lane of N 200th Street will be open during this phase of the project.
Routes 301, 303, 331, 342, 346, and 373, and the RapidRide E Line will continue to serve their stops at the transit center. But when arriving at Aurora Avenue N and N 200th Street, all of the above except Route 346 will be rerouted eastbound on N 205th Street, southbound on Meridian Avenue N, and westbound on N 200th Street to reach the transit center.
These reroutes and the traffic congestion caused by the construction project will delay most buses arriving at the Aurora Village Transit Center and the Shoreline Park-and-Ride, so it’s probably a good idea to allow extra travel time to and from both places.
See a map showing traffic revisions and learn more about the construction project on the City of Shoreline’s project website. If you have questions or comments about the project, email the City of Shoreline at firstname.lastname@example.org or call their 24-hour hotline at 206-801-2485.
Here are some ways to stay up-to-date about bus service changes as the project progresses:
- Sign up for Transit Alerts any Metro bus route at kingcounty.gov/metro
- Visit Metro’s Park & Ride Alert page
- Check Metro’s Service Advisories page