Rapid Ride

Roosevelt Rapid Ride

  • Planning: 2016-2017
  • Design: 2018-2019
  • Construction: 2019-2021
The Roosevelt RapidRide Project will provide a high-quality service connecting Downtown Seattle with the neighborhoods of South Lake Union, Eastlake, University District, and Roosevelt. It is one of seven new corridors where the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is partnering with King County Metro (KCM) to enhance transit connections and upgrade existing bus routes to Metro RapidRide service. Upgrading service will keep people moving by:
  • Keeping buses frequent and on-time
  • Adding more buses at night and on weekends
  • Upgrading to Metro RapidRide bus stops with lighting, real-time arrival info, and more
  • Improving sidewalks and paths for people walking and people riding bikes
SDOT is working to balance the needs of everyone who uses the corridor, whether they’re in a bus, a car, walking or riding a bike.

Market RapidRide

  • Planning: 2018-2019
  • Design: 2019-2021
  • Construction: 2021-2022

23rd RapidRide​

  • Planning: 2021-2022
  • Design: 2022-2023
  • Construction: 2023-2024 ​

Route 372 RapidRide​

  • Planning: 2021-2022
  • Design: 2022-2023
  • Construction: 2023-2024 ​

Directed by

King County Metro
Department of Transportation 

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