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Weekend Service Impacts

Weekend Service Impacts for May 20-22
Weekend Construction RerouteRoute 10Transit service will be rerouted in both directions off of 15 Av E North of E Galer St, Grandview Pl E and E Garfield St from May 21 at 7 a.m. to May 22 at 8 p.m.
Temporary Construction RerouteRoute 36Transit service to Othello Station will be affected by the closure of S Myrtle St near 39 Avenue S from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday, May 21
Event RerouteRoute 45 and 75Transit service will be rerouted during the University District street fair from start of service Saturday to end of service Sunday, May 22
Weekend Construction RerouteRoute 43, 48, 255, 271, and ST 542will be affected by the closure of the Montlake Bridge from May 20 at 11 p.m. to May 23 at 5 a.m.
 For a complete list of current service advisories, please visit Metro's Service Advisories page

Service Reminders

  • Seattle Center Monorail will operate extended hours on Friday, May 20, from 7:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. The Monorail will depart approximately every 10 minutes;
  • West Seattle Water Taxi and #773 and #775 shuttles are operating on the summer schedule, offering midday crossings 7 days a week, plus late options Fridays and Saturdays;
  • We recommend customers arrive at their bus stop a few minutes before the scheduled departure time of their trip;
  • Remember, it’s free and easy to sign up for email or text alerts about King County Metro service. Alerts can be tailored to your favorite route(s).

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.