King County Metro route 107 runs exclusively in south Seattle and King County. Between its bookends—Beacon Hill in Seattle and downtown Renton—it runs through the southend, hitting Rainier Beach, Georgetown, and Bryn Mawr-Skyway along the route.
Unlike the last couple of routes we’ve featured, the 512 and the 311, this is an all-day, all-week route, running from before 5 a.m. til after midnight, depending on the stop, on weekdays and almost as long on weekends.
Both the timing and the tracks it covers makes it versatile: It can bring someone who lives in South Seattle to work at Boeing. It can bring someone in Renton to the Link Light Rail to downtown Seattle, or school in Capitol Hill or the U District. Or it can just be a great way to get around the different parts of the southend.
We’ve found six notable homes along the route, from a Renton basement rambler to a North Beacon Hill Tudor.Read More