Sound Transit route 513 'Everett / Seattle'

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Sound Transit route 513 'Everett / Seattle' is wheelchair accessible.
Current routing of 513 as of March 2019

513 Seaway TC/Seattle is an express bus route operated by Sound Transit in the Puget Sound area of Washington State. This route is operated by Community Transit under contract[1].

Route Details

This north-south express bus route runs between Seaway Transit Center and Downtown Seattle via Eastmont. Service only runs during peak hours to Seattle in the morning and to Everett in the afternoon with six morning southbound and five afternoon northbound trips. No weekend service is provided.

Route Stops

Towards Downtown Seattle 5th Ave

  • Seaway Transit Center
  • Casino Rd & Evergreen Way
  • Eastmont Park & Ride (Bay 1)
  • Mountlake Terrace Freeway Station (Bay 6)
  • Stewart St & 9th Ave
  • Stewart St & 7th Ave
  • 5th Ave & Pine St
  • 5th Ave & Seneca St
  • 5th Ave & Marion St
  • 5th Ave & Jefferson St
  • 5th Ave S & S Jackson St

Towards Seaway Transit Center

  • 4th Ave S & S Jackson St
  • 4th Ave S & S Washington St
  • 4th Ave & Cherry St
  • 4th Ave & Seneca St
  • 4th Ave & Pike St
  • Olive Way & 6th Ave
  • Howell St & 9th Ave
  • Howell St & Yale Ave
  • Mountlake Freeway Station (Bay 7)
  • Eastmont P&R (Bay 1)
  • Casino Rd & Evergreen Way
  • Seaway Transit Center

History

  • September 1999 - Route introduced as peak-period only route[2]
  • June 2009 - Three additional trips added to encourage riders to use the Eastmont Park & Ride[2]
  • 2011 - Route shortened to Evergreen Way & 79th Pl [3]
  • March 2019 - Route exteneded to Seaway Transit Center.

Vehicles

Service vehicles include New Flyer Industries D60LF Wc15.JPG, New Flyer Industries D60LFR Wc15.JPG and Alexander Dennis Enviro500 Wc15.JPG buses.

References

  1. Lost & Found, soundtransit.org, retrieved 13-11-2010
  2. 2.0 2.1 Sound Transit 2010 Service Implementation Plan, soundtransit.org, retrieved 12-11-2010
  3. 2011 Draft Service Implementation Plan, soundtransit.org, retrieved 06-11-2010
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