At the Metro site you will find a drop down menu at the right provides a narrative on each of the current revisions to the revisions that were presented in November 2011.
Remember if you commented in the first phase and have not yet taken the online survey or emailed during February and have concerns, you must comment again. The period for comment period on the second phase began in February will continue throughout February and will end February 29. Metro will then prepare a recommendation for King County Council to consider in the spring probably April. drop down menu at the right provides a narrative on each of the current revisions to the revisions that were presented in November 2011.
A number of methods to comment on the proposal are presented.
- Survey: http://www.surveymk.com/s/Sept2012TransitRestructuringP2
- Attend a meeting and see updates to meetings; http://metro.kingcounty.gov/have-a-say/calendar.html
- Email with your contact information; [email protected]
- Call the message line: 206-263-9768 (Remember to leave your name and a contact.)
Meetings and open houses in or near or related to the Central District
- February 14, 6pm – 7pm First Hill Improvement Association, Swedish First Hill Campus, B Level Conf. Room, 747 Broadway Seattle, WA 98122
- Feb 21 12-2pm – Union Station, 401 S Jackson St, Seattle
- Feb 23 6-8pm – QA Community Center, 1901 1st Ave W, Seattle
- Feb 27 6-8pm – Washington Middle School, 2101 S Jackson St, Seattle
Other meetings where you can comment:
- Feb. 13 – Ballard (Ballard High School, 1418 NW 65th St, Seattle, 6-8 pm)
- Feb. 15 – West Seattle (Madison Middle School, 3429 45th Ave SW, Seattle, 6-8 pm)
- Feb. 16 – Delridge/White Center (Chief Sealth High School, 2600 SW Thistle St, Seattle, 6-8 pm)
The highlights to this for the Central District are:
- The #27 will be restored to serve Leschi and Coleman Park during the day. Frequency would decrease on weekends to once every hour. And it it will be E Yesler Way until Boren Avenue where it will be rerouted to Spring Street, Seneca Street, and Third Avenue rather than continuing along E Yesler Way to downtown Seattle. Then it will continue as the #33 on Third Avenue and vise versa on return trips.
- The proposals to delete all of the #2 except the portion from Lake Washington to 12th Avenue with a reroute on Madison to the ferries where it would turn around to the Lake again remains in this proposal. This would be staggered with the #12 along new Madison portion. Saturday service for the #2 along E. Union will decrease from every 15 minutes to every 20 minutes on Saturday.
- The deletion of the #4 remains.
- Proposed frequency increase in the #11 is no longer proposed.
- Proposals for the #14 remain to delete service between 31st Avenue S/S McClellan Street and Mount Rainier Drive S. at all times and on Capitol Hill and downtown Seattle after 7 p.m. and to separate the north and south parts of the route. Take it off Third Avenue on the north and link it with the #1 on south on Third. (map please)
Some recent CD News Stories:
And links to others:
From Ashley at Metro : A media release is going out to neighborhood blogs and citywide media outlets momentarily and we will be sending out a series of other notifications tomorrow. You may also see us in the neighborhood putting up laminated posters in the bus shelters. Please stop by and say hi if you spot me struggling with a tape gun.From