Topic : King County Metro Transit

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King County Metro launches app for on-demand shuttle to transit

Technology| October 19, 2018

Chariot will use Ford Smart Mobility’s dynamic-routing technology to deliver service at the county's largest park-and-ride.

Top public transit leaders honored by APTA at Nashville event

Management & Operations| October 8, 2018

Thomas C. Lambert, president/CEO, of Houston Metro received the 2018 Outstanding Public Transportation Manager Award.

Shuttle| August 28, 2018

Bus battle: Do private shuttles affect the reliability of public transit?

Research from a University of Washington study suggests that public buses are unaffected by private shuttles most of the time.

Management & Operations| August 6, 2018

King County Metro named 'best' large transit system by APTA

Achievements include, significantly increased ridership and launch of the nation’s leading reduced-fare program.

Bus| July 31, 2018

Amazon investing $1.5M to boost Seattle bus frequencies

The investment seeks to help add 22 more weekday bus trips for a period of two years on some of the city's busiest routes, which is the equivalent of adding 1,700 more riders.

Bus| May 23, 2018

New Flyer, King County Metro celebrate 10,000th Xcelsior bus

The artic is propelled by low-emission, hybrid technologies that reduce air pollution and help evolve KCM’s transit bus fleet with lower emission solutions.

Management & Operations| February 26, 2018

Greater Seattle area leads nation in transit ridership growth

Transit ridership on Sound Transit Link light rail, Metro bus service, and ST Express bus service operated by Metro fueled the growth.

Management & Operations| February 22, 2018

Seattle Mayor announces free transit passes for high school students

The program will cost the city $3.8 million from the Transportation Benefit District, with $1 million from King County Metro. Officials plan for the program to launch in Fall 2018.

Security and Safety | December 18, 2017

King County Metro launches 'Walk safe' pedestrian awareness campaign

Pedestrian impairment and driver distraction are the largest contributing factors in pedestrian collisions, according to the state Traffic Safety Commission’s Pedestrian Safety Advisory Council reports.

Management & Operations| August 29, 2017

King County proposes flat fares for transit system

One-third of riders in a recent survey said the current system is too complex and difficult to understand.

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