What will change when Link comes to Capitol Hill and the UW?

link logoStarting in 2016, Sound Transit’s Link light rail will connect Capitol Hill and the University District with downtown Seattle, Rainier Valley, and Sea-Tac Airport.

Metro and Sound Transit are thinking about ways to connect the new light rail service with buses to make an efficient network of service. Some buses will connect with new Link stations to make it easy for riders to transfer between buses and light rail. Other changes will restructure service to create a faster, more reliable, and easy-to-use transit network.

Do you use transit on Capitol Hill, in the University District, or in northeast Seattle?

Please join the conversation and tell us how you use bus service today, what works well, and what you’d like to see change. Your input will help shape the future of transit in these areas.

How to participate:

  • Fill out our survey by Nov. 30
  • Come to a meeting or outreach event
  • Apply to serve on a sounding board – applications are due by Nov. 30
  • Join the conversation on our blog, Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram – #Bus2Link

See www.kingcounty.gov/metro/LinkConnections to fill our our survey, see a calendar of events, and learn more.