To see if your route remains on snow route, please click the map at

Temperatures are warming and snow is melting in parts of King County, improving road conditions and allowing more than half of Metro’s bus routes to return to normal routing where it is safe to do so.

More than three dozen bus routes remain on snow route due to road conditions as of 10:30 a.m. Monday morning, and updates will be made as road conditions improve.

Delays and canceled trips are still possible as Metro repairs its fleet and bus routes navigate a variety of road conditions. While many routes no longer require tire chains, riders might see some buses using chains to safely travel on sections of a route that still has compact snow and ice. Metro is operating chained shuttles in some hilly locations to help connect riders to regular bus service.

Until the roads are completely clear, we encourage riders to continue using for the status of their route, and then real-time update tools when they are traveling. Riders are encouraged to sign up for transit alerts to receive notifications via email or text when service on your route changes.

  • Text your bus stop ID to 62550 and see if your bus trip is scheduled, canceled or has an estimated departure time available.
  • Check the status of a trip by using ‘Next Departures’ on Metro’s Trip Planner website, or via the Puget Sound Trip planner app.