King County Metro’s Access paratransit service takes around 3,000 trips a day. It carries passengers who would otherwise be unable to ride public transit due to a disability. But some who ride paratransit believe that it could be improved and feel now is the time for change. Produced by Rachel Stevens.
Corporate run buses shuttling employees to and from tech campuses are ubiquitous in Seattle. What is it like to ride one?
And why are some transit advocates worried about them?
Produced by Jennie Cecil Moore
A campaign got route 48 for the Central District and continued advocacy keeps the bus route in business. The Transit Riders Union is very active in ensuring transit justice for all. Yuko Kodama spoke with Transit Riders union General Secretary and Organizer, Katie Wilson.
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