Metro Bus Service Changes
Changes in Transit Coming October 2nd
King County Metro and Sound Transit Service changes will be coming October 2, with the addition of three new light rail stations and several new bus routes that were previously suspended. These changes will impact transportation for riders across King County. Find the full list of service changes here.
Transit Impacts in Bothell
King County Metro Routes that operate in City of Bothell include Routes 230, 231, 239, 257, 311 and 372. Sound Transit Routes that operate in Bothell are 522, 532 and 535. Routes 312, 372 and Route ST 522 will be deleted or modified as described below. Find the full list of service changes here.
Route 312 will be permanently deleted. Alternative service will be provided by routes 320, 322, ST 522,
and the 1 Line (Link).
Route 372 will be revised to serve the new U District Station and will no longer
serve stops on Campus Pkwy NE.
Route 522 will be revised to serve the new Roosevelt Station and will no longer serve downtown Seattle.
Transfers between Route 522 and the Sound Transit 1 Line (Link) will be timed with every other train during the peak periods (every 16 minutes). During off-peak hours when trains run every 10 minutes, trips will operate every 10-20 minutes, timed with train arrivals. During peak periods, King County Metro Routes 320 and 322 will provide extra capacity on the SR-522 corridor parallel to ST Express Route 522, serving First Hill and South Lake Union.