EDITOR’S NOTE: THIS WORK CONCLUDED EARLY. BUSES HAVE RETURNED TO REGULAR ROUTING AND ARE SERVING REGULAR CAMPUS STOPS. (Updated 5:55pm Tuesday, June 20)
From Monday, June 12
until about Sunday, June 25, with one 2-day exception, Metro routes 32, 67, 75, 78, 277 and 372, and Sound Transit Express Route 540 will be rerouted off of Grant Lane and Stevens Way, due to construction on the University of Washington campus. We’ve made a handy map to help it all make sense.
During this time, these routes, while traveling in any direction, will travel instead via 15th Avenue Northeast, Northeast Pacific Street and Montlake Boulevard Northeast to and from their regular routes, and depending on the route, destination and direction of travel.
The one exception to the approximate two-week UW campus road closure is the weekend of Saturday and Sunday, June 17 and 18, during which the UW campus and bus stops will be open and these reroutes will not be in effect.
At times when the campus roads are closed and these reroutes are in effect, transit riders should expect possible delays in service for the affected routes. Use the regularly published timetables, wait at designated stops along the reroute and expect possible delays. Allow plenty of travel time for trips that use these routes.
- View a map of UW campus bus stops that will be closed during this project.
- Visit Metro’s Service Advisories page for complete information about revised bus service, routing and stops for all planned events. Transit reroute start and end times may be subject to change.
- Visit Metro’s online regional Puget Sound Trip Planner to plan your travel, and for bus stop, schedule and other information, including predicted times at stops.