Metro RapidRide H Line
Downtown Seattle to Delridge to Burien
May 30, 2017
The Metro RapidRide H Line project will provide fast, frequent, and reliable public transportation between Downtown Seattle and Burien through the Delridge neighborhood. We’ll be improving walking and biking to bus stops and make sure people and goods keep moving.
Explore the rest of the webpage for detailed information on the project, including the schedule and project documents.
Delridge Way SW is one of seven new corridors where the we are partnering with King County Metro to enhance transit connections and upgrade existing bus routes to Metro RapidRide service. Upgrading Metro Route 120 into the RapidRide H Line will keep people moving by:
We’re working to balance the needs of everyone who uses the corridor, whether they’re in a bus, a car, walking or riding a bike.
How can I get involved?
We’re always interested in meeting with community and neighborhood groups that want to learn more about the project and make their voices heard. You can request a briefing by emailing RapidRide@seattle.gov or calling (206) 684-5189. More details and opportunities to get involved will be announced as they are scheduled.
Do you live outside the city of Seattle?
King County Metro is bringing RapidRide amenities and improving service between the Seattle City limits and Burien. Additional project funding for these improvements comes from grant sources that Metro has already secured. Metro will be conducting public outreach about the project changes in these areas in 2018. To stay informed or find out more, contact DeAnna Martin, King County Department of Transportation Community Relations Planner, at email@example.com or 206-477-3835.
Milestones and Schedule
The table below outlines the project’s key milestones and basic schedule.
RapidRide H Line Library
This project is partially funded by the 9-year Levy to Move Seattle, approved by voters in 2015. Additional grant funding has been secured and is being sought by both Seattle and King County.