Posts Tagged ‘King County Metro’

The route 120 terminating at Burien Transit Center

Metro Re-Route of Anticipated Route 50

For those excited for route 50 between North Delridge and the Junction, I am afraid that there is bad news.  Due to the delays on the Genesee/Avalon traffic signal, Route 50 is getting re-routed down to Spokane Street.  This detour will be in effect till the traffic signal is complete. See full West Seattle Blog […]

Delridge Way, by Holli

WSB: North Delridge Rechannelization Project Progress

For all of us 120/125 commuters out there, the Delridge Rechannelization Project for our area starts next month.  That means more road work (re-striping) causing traffic issues for a while.  Once complete, the bus routes will have a faster commute time and parking on Delridge will be restricted between the bridge and the community center depending […]

Delridge Park

May Meeting Minutes

Parks and Green Spaces Levy Opportunity Fund The group discussed the projects for which NDNC would like to apply for funding through the Parks and Green Spaces Levy Opportunity Fund.  The Fund will be providing $8 million in funding for community-initiated park development or property acquisition projects in Seattle during the 2012/2013 funding cycle.  Two major […]

The route 120 terminating at Burien Transit Center

King County Metro Open House Highlights

I was able to attend the tail end of Metro’s open house regarding the proposed changes to Delridge Way and serving bus routes.  There is a little summary and conversation going on over at the Seattle Transit Blog, but I wanted to share my observations with you.  This is by far not comprehensive, so please comment […]

The route 120 terminating at Burien Transit Center

Changes Coming to Route 120

Last night, the Delridge Neighborhoods District Council heard from King County Metro representatives on upcoming changes and enhancements for route 120. The 120 is one of the top ten routes in the metro system, with over 7,000 riders per day. The project is funded by $2.8 million from a State Mobility grant and King County […]


February Meeting Minutes

Here are the topics covered at the Monthly NDNC Meeting on Feb. 13: DNDA Update Representatives from the Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association (DNDA) provided an update on where DNDA is in terms of both mission and financial stability.  Willard Brown, the newly named DNDA Board President and Patty Grossman, Board member and Acting Executive Director, […]


More on the Metro Changes

Tonight at the NDNC meeting we briefly discussed the metro changes, (See our previous discussions here and here). The council approved a letter which will be sent by NDNC to metro representatives. A copy of the letter can be viewed here: [pdf]. In the mean-time, if you’re concerned with the decisions made by King County […]


Metro Changes Are Removed from Plan

For Crying Out Loud!!!!!  It is a sad day for us Delridge Metro riders as King County Metro announces the revised changes to the last announcement of changes in November.  Nearly all of the improvements from our area have been removed from the plan.  It is extremely disappointing given the continued increase in demand.  Below is […]


City Hall Open House

What an adventure!  Holli Margell, Kirsten Smith and I visited City Hall this Saturday and visited all of the council members to bring North Delridge issues to the forefront.  This was the second year for Holli and me and we focused our efforts on reaching out to the council members.  This past year has Delridge seen […]


Proposed Metro Changes

Have you had a chance to review the proposed changes to our area’s Metro service?  King County Metro announced the 2012 services changes back in early December.  With the busy December and January, I was unable to post the changes to service in North Delridge.  Until now…. So our voices seem to have been heard […]

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