SEATTLE — The impending King County Metro cuts, if enacted in Seattle, will hit people with disabilities particularly hard. The agency is slated to cut 74 bus routes and change 58 others, with the first round of cuts starting in September, reported The Capitol Hill Times.
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At the present time, human service organizations, along with King County Metro, are considering how best to get information in the hands of those who may be later impacted, according to the report. For the full story, click here.