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Take our online poll and let us know what you like or don't about this new service.
What do you think? Metro’s major September 29th changes just around the bend
Take our poll and we'll share the results
King County Metro is making significant changes to our public transportation system on Sept. 29, including five new routes, two new RapidRide bus lines (including one servicing West Seattle), two renumbered routes, 18 discontinued routes (goodbye 51, 53, 54, 54E, 56, 85 Night Owl to name a few), revision of over 50 routes (including the loss of 21 service to Arbor Heights), the end of the Free Ride Area downtown, and a new pay on entry system.
The specifics can get dizzying, but Metro has set up a website to specifically spell out all changes, found here. http://metro.kingcounty.gov/up/scvchange.html
Here at the Herald we have heard and reported on many community concerns (and occasional applause) regarding the Metro revamp over the past year, and we want to give you a platform to voice those concerns once more.
Please take part in our poll and, if you have any comments you would like to share with us as the changes move closer, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment below the story.
Here's the link to our poll: