Posts categorized under mTurner, Author at AlertSeattle

Riding transit to the Seahawks season opener? Plan plenty of travel time

King County Metro Transit Sept. 3, 2014 Metro Transit advises fans and commuters to plan ahead as tens of thousands of people head to downtown Seattle Thursday, Sept. 4, to cheer on the champion Seahawks in their football season opener and attend a pre-game concert. Riders should allow plenty of travel time or revise travel […]

Update: Seattle celebrates the opening of NFL football seasonPlan ahead for traffic delays

It’s just one day away—the National Football League season opener and celebration in Seattle will take place on Thursday, Sept. 4 at CenturyLink Field. Thousands of fans will converge in the Pioneer Square and stadium areas for the event. Allow extra time: Whether you are headed to the event, or just wanting to travel through […]

Seattle to celebrate the opening of NFL football season; plan ahead for traffic delays

Excitement is building for the National Football League season opener and celebration in Seattle on Thursday, Sept. 4 at CenturyLink Field. Thousands of fans will converge in the Pioneer Square and stadium areas for the festivities. Whether you are headed to the event, or just wanting to travel through the area in the afternoon, allow […]

May 1 Transit Service

King County Metro Transit April 30, 2014 On Thursday afternoon, May 1, downtown Seattle area transit service will be affected by street closures and traffic congestion associated with May Day activities. During this event, Fourth Avenue is expected to be closed for about an hour between 3:30-4:30 PM, and Pine Street is expected to be […]

May Day March and Rally Tomorrow

Tomorrow, Thursday, May 1, an estimated 600 participants will gather at Judkins Park at 1 p.m. for a rally, and leave from that location at 3 p.m. on a march which will culminate in a May Day rally at Westlake Park. The event is organized by El Comité, http://elcomitewa.wordpress.com. Leaving the park located at 20th […]