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RapidRide F Line

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System  RapidRide
Garage  South Base
Predecessors  Routes 110, 140
Operator  King County Metro
Began service  June 7, 2014
RapidRide F Line
Vehicle  17 New Flyer DE60LFA & New Flyer DE60LFR buses

The F Line is one of six RapidRide lines (routes with some bus rapid transit features) operated by King County Metro in King County, Washington. The F Line began service on June 7, 2014, running between the Burien Transit Center and "The Landing" in north Renton. Other major stops and destinations served include Tukwila International Boulevard Link Station, Southcenter Mall, Tukwila Sounder/Amtrak Station, South Renton Park and Ride, Renton Transit Center and the Boeing Renton Factory. Unlike most of the RapidRide lines, the F Line does not offer scheduled service during late-night and early morning hours.

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History

This corridor was previously served by Metro routes 110 and 140, with the latter carrying 3,500 riders on an average weekday in April 2014 With the implementation of RapidRide, the corridor saw an overall 69 percent increase in service, and ridership has grown 47 percent, with the F Line serving an average of 5,600 riders on weekdays in June 2015.

Service

All times are estimated headways.

References

RapidRide F Line Wikipedia


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