King County Metro Overview
King County Metro is an American agency that controls the public transport operations in the King County, Seattle. This public authority works under the King County Department of Transportation. Their headquarters located in the St. Jackson Street, Seattle. The slogan of this agency is “We’ll Get You There.” They have partnered with the Sound Transit for covering a wider area in the King County area. Presently, they operate services in more than 210 routes that ensure the agency covers a great area.
King County Metro RapidRide
This agency operates their network under the name RapidRide that is further designed by different letters. We have explained each of them below:• A-Line Route-
This network starts from the Tikwila International Blvd Station and ends at the Federal Way Transit Center. It covers areas like Federal Way Pacific Highway, Highline College, and Sea-Tac Airport.
• B-Line Route-
It begins from Redmond Transit Center covering Overlake, Overlake P&R, Redmond, and Bellevue where it ends.
• C-Line Route-
This route begins from South Lake Union and finishes at the Westwood Village. It covers the places like West Seattle, Morgan Junction, Downtown Seattle, and Fauntleroy Ferry Terminal.• D-Line Route-
It is a small route covering Interbay, Belltown, Uptown, and Ballard.
• E-Line Route-
This large route starts from the Aurora Village Transit Center and finishes at the Downtown Seattle. It covers areas like Bitter Lake, West Green Lake, Belltown, Shoreline, Aurora Ave N, Licton Springs, and East Queen Anne.• F-Line Route-
Started at Burien Transit Center, this route covers areas like Tukwila International Boulevard Station, South Renton P&R, Boeing Renton Factory, Southcenter Mall, and Burien. This route of King County Metro ends at The Landing and doesn’t have night services.