Bus Rapid Transit line Rapidride E is one of the more straightforward King County Metro lines, sticking to one street—Aurora Avenue, or State Route 99—after it leaves downtown. Longtime Seattleites might remember its closest pre-BRT predecessor as Route 358.
It skirts the edges of several neighborhoods along the way, starting with Queen Anne as it runs past the Seattle Center and South Lake Union. It crosses the Aurora Bridge and keeps heading north through Fremont and Wallingford before reaching Green Lake, Greenwood, and Bitter Lake, stopping by Ingraham High School and North Seattle College on the way.
The bus line stretches just outside the city limits through Shoreline, ending its run at the Aurora Village Transit Center. From there, riders can transfer to other northend buses to get closer to their destination, including Community Transit buses to Everett.
We’ve found six notable homes along the route.Read More