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This coming Monday, February 16, is not only the first weekday in King County Metro Transit’s, Sound Transit’s, Pierce Transit’s, Community Transit’s, and Intercity Transit’s service change, but it is also Presidents Day.

Metro will be running a “Weekday & No UW” schedule (which really means reduced runs on certain UW routes).

Sound Transit will be running regular weekday schedules on ST Express and Sounder. However, Central Link will be running the Saturday schedule, and Tacoma Link will be running the Sunday schedule.

Pierce Transit, Intercity Transit, Everett Transit, the Seattle Monorail, the South Lake Union Streetcar, and Washington State Ferries will be running a regular weekday schedule.

Community Transit will run regular weekday levels on local service, but will only be running commuter routes 402, 413, 421, and 855.

Kitsap Transit will be running most services on a weekday schedule, except that certain buses serving the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard will not be operating.

The West Seattle and Vashon Water Taxis will not be in service.

2 Replies to “Presidents’ Day Service Levels”

  1. Why on earth would they run Link on a reduced schedule? They understand this is a largely ignored by non-government employers holiday when making a decision about express bus service.

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