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The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) and King County Metro are making RapidRide investments in multiple corridors as part of SDOT’s Levy to Move Seattle Transit-Plus Multimodal Corridor Program and King County Metro’s RapidRide program.

MADISON ST BRT - RAPIDRIDE G LINE – DOWNTOWN SEATTLE TO FIRST HILL TO MADISON VALLEY

The Madison St corridor is busy, dense, and still growing. Bus rapid transit (BRT) will provide frequent, reliable, and safe bus service. SDOT will make street improvements to Madison St that will allow King County Metro to operate the service as RapidRide G Line. RapidRide G Line will use diesel-hybrid buses and buses will come more often and be more reliable, while increasing service on nights and weekends. New bus stops will be spaced farther apart to shorten transit trips and will include new shelters, lighting, ORCA card readers, and real-time arrival displays.

Passengers
Passengers boarding a RapideRide bus in downtown Seattle

What's happening now?

We have an updated project design! Navigate through each tab of the online open house to learn more about what’s changed and where you can provide your feedback. Final design is expected to be completed later this year. Construction is scheduled to begin as soon as 2020 and to be complete in 2022.

How to use this online open house

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Talk to us in-person at a community event

Open houses

Thursday, July 18, 2019, 11 AM-1 PM

Downtown Seattle Public Library, Washington Mutual Room (Floor 4)
1000 4th Ave | Seattle, WA 98101

2019-07-18 11:00:00 2019-07-18 13:00:00 America/Los_Angeles RAPIDRIDE G (MADISON ST BRT) 90% DESIGN UPDATE The Madison St corridor is busy, dense, and still growing. Bus rapid transit (BRT) will provide frequent, reliable, and safe bus service. SDOT will make street improvements to Madison St that will allow King County Metro to operate the service as RapidRide G Line. Downtown Seattle Public Library King County Metro, Seattle Department of Transportation, and the Levy to Move Seattle MadisonBRT@seattle.gov

Wednesday, July 24, 2019, 6:30-8:30 PM

Miller Community Center
330 19th Ave E | Seattle, WA 98112

2019-07-24 18:30:00 2019-07-24 20:30:00 America/Los_Angeles RAPIDRIDE G (MADISON ST BRT) 90% DESIGN UPDATE The Madison St corridor is busy, dense, and still growing. Bus rapid transit (BRT) will provide frequent, reliable, and safe bus service. SDOT will make street improvements to Madison St that will allow King County Metro to operate the service as RapidRide G Line. Miller Community Center King County Metro, Seattle Department of Transportation, and the Levy to Move Seattle MadisonBRT@seattle.gov

Check out the project website for a full list of events we're attending this summer.

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