This map features transit service effective from March 26, 2016.
Free maps will be available courtesy of the Seattle Department of Transportation and Sound Transit.
The map and a poster of it is now available for purchase. Click “Get the Map” for more information.
Web app now supports toggling between the September and March service networks.
The geolocation feature on the app is now restricted to the coverage area of the map.
The app now prevents you from panning and zooming out of bounds.
Checked, updated and corrected summaries for nearly all peak-only routes to post-March 26 service levels per Metro Trip Planner and U Link Connections documents. Most one-way peak routes have been revised to directional trip counts instead of frequencies.
Removed Rt 542 from peak-only list as it’s already in all-day list.
Corrected Rt 70 peak frequency from 7.5-10 to 10 min.
Corrected Rt 75 peak frequency from 10-15 to 10 min.
Grouped and showed combined frequency for Rts 24 and 33.
Deleted the word “Commuter” from Peak-only category
Added DSTT symbol to legend and route/diagram box. This should help make the DSTT box that’s floating in Elliott Bay more noticeable.
On map cover, extended blue line down to green area and terminated it with the trolley bus symbol.
Expanded title block on print edition to include: effective date of service (March 26, 2016); warranty clause; proxy for FSC-certification mark; slightly larger recycling info
Create separate title block for web edition omitting sponsorship and print-specific information.
Correct terminal label of Rt 77 near Sand Point.
On Regional map, correct category of CT routes 115 and 116.
Remove “flag stops” wording from Night Owl map header.
Refining downtown bus stop maps
Add major regional Rts 512, 554, 594
Change stop markers to semi-circles
Add King St Station entrances
Make 3rd Ave more prominent
Night Owl map
Checked downtown stops
Add info about Metro’s Night Stop program in place of flag stops
Tidy up peak-only routes in city center on City map