Link Connections - North Kirkland - Woodinville

Riders in North Kirkland and Woodinville have several different options for the service change.

Option A - No changes to routes

Image of 520 service change option a for North Kirkland and Woodinville

 

ROUTE

FREQUENCIES
(in minutes)

 

SPAN OF SERVICE

PEAK

MIIDDAY

NIGHTS

WEEKEND

WEEKDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

252

15 total trips

n/a

n/a

n/a

Peak Only

n/a

n/a

257

13 total trips

n/a

n/a

n/a

Peak Only

n/a

n/a

311

25 total trips

n/a

n/a

n/a

Peak Only

n/a

n/a

 

Option B - More frequent service

Image of 520 service change option b for North Kirkland and Woodinville

 

ROUTE

FREQUENCIES
(in minutes)

 

SPAN OF SERVICE

PEAK

MIDDAY

NIGHTS

WEEKEND

WEEKDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

252

16 total trips

n/a

n/a

n/a

Peak Only

n/a

n/a

257

16 total trips

n/a

n/a

n/a

Peak Only

n/a

n/a

311

34 total trips

n/a

n/a

n/a

Peak Only

n/a

n/a

Summary of Changes

  • Routes 252, 257 and 311 would be diverted to the UW Station and the University District at all times.
  • Routes 252, 257 and 311 would be extended to South Lake Union and Denny Triangle at all times.
  • More trips would be added on Routes 252, 257 and 311.
  • Later morning and afternoon trips would be added on Route 311.

Results

  • There would be significantly improved connections between Totem Lake and the University District at all times.
  • Buses would run more often during rush hours, leading to less wait times.
  • Service would run later during midday and evening commutes.
  • There would be new connections to South Lake Union.

Option C - Service with more connections

Image of 520 service change option c for North Kirkland and Woodinville

 

 

ROUTE

FREQUENCIES
(in minutes)

 

SPAN OF SERVICE

PEAK

MIIDDAY

NIGHTS

WEEKEND

WEEKDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

252

15 total trips

n/a

n/a

n/a

Peak Only

n/a

n/a

257

13 total trips

n/a

n/a

n/a

Peak Only

n/a

n/a

311

25 total trips

n/a

n/a

n/a

Peak Only

n/a

n/a

Summary of Changes

  • Routes 252, 257 and 311 would continue to serve the north part of downtown Seattle.
  • Routes 252, 257 and 311 would no longer operate south of Olive Way.
  • The number of trips and departure times currently operated would stay the same.

Results

  • Connections to the north part of downtown Seattle would be maintained.
  • Riders heading south of Olive Way would need to transfer or walk to their destinations.