Snow started to fall this morning in central Seattle. The National Weather Service expects snow and rain/snow and snow through Thursday, although with little ground accumulation. Enter your zip code for a neighborhood-specific forecast, and scroll down to “Additional Forecasts” and click “Forecast Discussion” for a detailed analysis.
Metro’s Snow Guide dashboard has a map of which subareas are on snow routes or the Emergency Snow Network. The page has a map of ESN routes, and links to the route-specific Service Advisories page and to subscribe to Alerts.
A KUOW report says Seattle has readied its snow plows and has a new map of plowed streets. All the bus streets appear to be on it. This year the city will also start clearing pedestrian access to bus stops. It says Link and Sounder will continue to operate normally during snow.
If you get stuck inside, here are some transit videos to watch:
- How urban areas subsidize suburban areas. (Not Just Bikes)
- Switzerland’s excellent train network serves the entire country. (Not Just Bikes)
- High-speed rail is replacing airline routes. (Not Just Bikes)
- Copenhagen’s small metros and large trains. (RMTransit)
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