Planning for RapidRide E Line Continues

RapidRide Stop

– Photo by Ned Ahrens, King County

The E Line will be Metro’s fifth RapidRide line, connecting Shoreline’s Aurora Village Transit Center and downtown Seattle along Aurora Avenue North.

In preparation for the launch of the E Line, King County Metro and the City of Seattle Department of Transportation are working together to implement all of the planned RapidRide facilities, including transit priority corridor improvements, pedestrian amenities and bus stop improvements. The City of Seattle is hosting an open house later this month to share more information about the planned improvements and answer questions from the community.

City of Seattle Open House:
Wednesday, March 20 from 5:00-6:30
Bitter Lake Community Center
13035 Linden Avenue North

Metro transit service provided on routes 345 and 358X

We look forward to seeing you at the open house and thank you for your continued support for Metro’s RapidRide E Line. For more general information about the E Line, please refer to our project website.

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