As commenter Oran points out, the service changes brochure is already online.
We’ve talked a lot about Southeast Seattle changes, but not this area of King County. Interestingly, they’ll be impacted not only by LINK to the Airport, but also the Pacific Highway RapidRide opening in 2010.
Since I don’t understand its commute patterns as well, I had less of a vision for what this service should look like. Nevertheless, it looks like they’re working pretty hard to tie in the Tukwila Sounder station and Southcenter with light rail. I know I’m disagreeing with many a colleagues when I point out that a Boeing Access Road LINK station would get rid of the need for a lot of this by organically collecting Sounder, LINK, and I-5 buses all in one place.
They’re also encouraging a good chunk of the population West of I-5 to take bus to RapidRide to light rail, and on into downtown Seattle.
I’m a little disappointed to see no mention of extended service on Route 180, which connects SeaTac station to Kent and Auburn, to late evenings. It seemed like a good opportunity for people to have a way of spending an evening in the city without dealing with the horror show of buses and cars trying to leave a major event. After all, what good is frequent service 20 hours a day if you can’t get to it? Ah, well.