Due to dangerous roadway conditions and a forecast for ongoing freezing temperatures and more snow, King County Metro Transit will continue to operate only routes on its Emergency Snow Network on Monday, Feb. 11, and Tuesday, Feb. 12.
When the Emergency Snow Network is active, Metro will provide weekday service levels focused on only 60 high-ridership routes and shuttles to maintain reliability.
Find more information, and a list of operating routes, at the Metro Matters blog.
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Metro activated its Emergency Snow Network at 4 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 9, and will continue until further notice.
Metro’s chained bus fleet has operated for two days on these core routes, which primarily serve key arterials and transit centers in many parts of King County.