Added trips are coming to dozens of King County Metro bus routes starting March 10, as part of the third round of improvements approved in the county’s 2017-18 budget.

Among the most notable changes is the addition of two new eastbound trips for the Route 31 from Magnolia to the U-District, leaving 34th Avenue West and West McGraw Street at 8:53 and 9:24 p.m. Two new southbound Route 75 trips will continue as the Route 31, departing Sand Point Way Northeast and Northeast 40th Street at 7:22 and 7:52 p.m.

A westbound Route 32 trip leaving that intersection at 6:50 p.m. will be revised to operate as a Route 31, along with an eastbound trip to the U-District leaving 1st and Republican at 8:25 p.m.

One new southbound peak-period trip has also been added for the RapidRide D Line on weekdays, leaving Northwest 100th Place and Seventh Avenue Northwest at 8:17 a.m. on weekday mornings, while new southbound trip to downtown from Magnolia on the Route 24 will arrive at Third Avenue and Cedar Street at 8:28 a.m. each morning.

Riders of the Route 29 between Ballard and Downtown Seattle via Queen Anne will see slight changes, as it will operate southbound on First Avenue between Broad and Blanchard, and on Second Avenue from Blanchard to Virginia during morning and afternoon peak periods, serving a new stop at Broad Street and existing stop at Wall Street. Northbound trips will operate on First Avenue between Wall and Broad.

For a full list of service changes, visit