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Weekend Service Impacts
|Weekend Service Impacts for April 1-3|
|Temporary Bus Stop Closure||3rd and Pine, Stop 578||Transit service will shift one block south until further notice.|
|Temporary Construction Reroute||Routes 45 and 73||Transit service will be rerouted off of 15th Avenue NE in the University District from start of service to end of service on Saturday.|
|Temporary Construction Reroute||Route 271 and RapidRide B Line||Transit service will be rerouted due to closure of southbound 108th Avenue NE and NE 6th St from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.|
|Weekend Construction Reroute||Route 12||Transit service will be rerouted off of Madison St between 6th Avenue and 5th Avenue from start of service on Saturday to end of service on Sunday.|
|Weekend Construction Reroute||Route 240||Transit service will be affected by the closure of southbound 112nd Avenue NE between NE 2nd St & Main St in Bellevue from start of service on Saturday to 7 p.m. on Sunday.|
|For a complete list of current service advisories, please visit Metro's Service Advisories page.|
- Seattle Center Monorail will operate extended hours on Friday, April 1, from 7:30 a.m. – 11:00 and Sunday, April 3, 8:30 a.m. – 11:00 p.m. The Monorail will depart approximately every 10 minutes;
- Metro’s Customer Information Office will be open reduced hours Monday, April 4 to Friday, April 8, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., due to staffing challenges and required employee training;
- Masks continue to be required on public transportation through April 18, per federal directive. King County Metro continues to provide free masks on all buses;
- We recommend customers arrive at their bus stop a few minutes before the scheduled departure time of their trip;
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For the complete weekend transit alert click here.
As always, “It’s a great day to ride Metro” to get to events and activities where there is often traffic congestion and limited parking.