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Route 112 Wil Reroute in Mountlake Terrace Due to Construction Detours
Reroute Starts Tuesday, August 2 for Several Weeks
Due to construction work, the City of Mountlake Terrace will detour traffic off of 44th Ave W between 224th St SW and 226th St SW.
Route 112 will reroute for the duration of the project (end date is unknown at this time.) Please board at one of the following alternate locations:
To Mountlake Terrace:
Route 512 Will Reroute, Miss Stops During Torchlight Parade in Seattle Saturday, July 30
The Seattle Torchlight Parade takes place on 4th Ave this Saturday, July 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Streets will close for the parade resulting in reroutes and missed stops for southbound and northbound trips of Route 512.
During the parade, southbound and northbound trips will end and start at Olive Way & 6th Ave.
Southbound Rte 512 reroute: (Effective 6:30 PM until 10:30 PM or whenever 4th Ave reopens)
Riders needing to get into downtown Seattle or to SODO can exit at Olive Wy & 6th Av and take Link Light Rail or bus tunnel KC Metro Rtes 41, 101, 106, 150, 255, and 550 from the Westlake Station in the Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel.
Northbound Rte 512 reroute: (Effective 6:30 PM until 10:30 PM or whenever 4th Ave reopens)
Riders needing to get from SODO or downtown Seattle to Olive Wy & 6th Av can take Link Light Rail from the SODO area or bus tunnel KC Metro Rtes 41, 101, 106, 150, 255, and 550 from any stop in the Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel.
Stewart St. Lane Closures Expected to Delay Morning Service Commute Starting Monday, 8/1
Commuters Encouraged to Take Earlier Buses, Consider Other Routes
Remember back in April when Downtown Seattle construction closed lanes on Stewart St., resulting in buses caught in traffic back-ups as they tried to exit off I-5?
Well, those Stewart St. lane closures will be back starting Monday, August 1 (and continuing on and off throughout the month of August.)
Here is some information and tips to consider to help make your commute a little smoother:
However you choose to commute, be safe and thanks in advance for your patience during these road closures!
Expect Reroutes Friday, July 29 for Tour de Terrace Parade
Routes 119,130,810,871 Will Reroute Starting at 4 p.m. Today
On Friday, July 29, from 4 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.,56th Ave W will be closed between 220th St. SW and 236th St SW for the staging and presentation of the Tour de Terrace Parade in Mountlake Terrace.
All buses serving the following routes will operate on 58th Ave. W:
Please board and de-board Routes 130, 810, and 871 on 58th Ave W, at the following locations:
* Route 119 will serve Temporary Stops on 58th Ave between 236th St SW and 230th St SW.
Starting Monday, August 1 (and for the next two months) Sound Transit will be repainting the passenger bays at Lynnwood Transit Center.
The A Bays will be the first to be painted. While it is expected to take two weeks to complete the repainting of the A bays, the actual work could take slightly less or slightly more time.
Once the A bays are completed, work will start on the B bays. Bus reassignments will be posted when that work begins.
Please visit http://www.communitytransit.org/ltcpainting for more project details and to see an aerial picture of the transit center bays and assignments.
Where to catch your bus:
Other details to note:
Because some bay reassignments may be on the other side of the transit center, please arrive earlier than usual to catch your bus. For your safety, use the two crosswalks when crossing the transit center loop, especially when emerging from between fenced areas.
Downtown Seattle Paving Work Closing Portions of S. Washington St. Through Friday, July 29
Update [Tuesday, July 26]
Commuter Service reroutes that began today due to paving work on S. Washington St. (between 3rd and 4th Avenues S.) will now continue through Friday, July 29.
This work is weather dependent and may take place on other days. For more information about this project, visit the SDOT's blog, On The Move.
We will send out updated alerts should this occur. Thanks for riding with us!
When buses are rerouted due to construction, or when there are major delays to our service, Community Transit sends out electronic alerts.
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We do not have the resources to send alerts for minor bus delays. However, we will soon be offering real-time information so you can track when your bus will be at your stop.
A parking lot restriping project is taking place at Lynnwood Transit Center the last three weekends in July.
July 16-17: Lot A (just south of the bus bays) was repainted.
July 23-24: Lot B (to the east of Lot A and the freeway onramp) will be repainted.
July 30: Lot C (north of the bus bays by the RideStore) will be repainted.
A separate project to repaint the bus bays will start in August. More information coming soon.
18-Month Yesler Bridge Project Begins Monday, May 23: Be Prepared for Reroutes and Stop Closures
Starting Monday, May 23, two stops will be closed during the Yesler Bridge Rehabilitation Project in downtown Seattle.
These stops will be closed for approximately 14-18 months:
Listed below are Community Transit buses that will reroute during this project. They will serve a stop located south of the closed stops listed above. This alternate stop is located eastbound on S. Washington St. located just west of 4th Ave. S. (Click on the map to view a larger image).
Community Transit Routes that will reroute: