Metro has published systemwide maps for the Fall 2012 restructure revision. As before, they’re broken up in to North Seatlle (all-day and peak) and South Seattle/Burien (all-day and peak). In addition to making the way the whole network fits together more clear, there are a couple of things that stand out to me:
- Westwood Village. As you can see on the map above, the east side of Westwood Village is now a transfer point on a par with 1st & Mercer and Alaska Junction, turning it into a transit crossroads.
- Interim Routing for the D Line terminus (not on map above). I’m assuming this is due to delays in the required reconstruction of the 7th Ave NW roadway that will be used to turn around the coaches, but I’ll check with Metro’s staff.
I suspect the alignment of the 31 in Magnolia is erroneous, as I believe Metro reverted away from its revised alignment on Dravus in favor of maintaining service on Emerson.
Please head on over to my last post on the subject to continue the debate.