The King County Metro Route 120 brings riders as far as Burien to and from downtown—and in a few years it will become the RapidRide H bus rapid transit (BRT) line, making the commute into downtown even faster.
From downtown, it runs from Third Avenue and then down the viaduct to the West Seattle Bridge. Along its way to Burien, it hits a lot of West Seattle neighborhoods, like Youngstown, Delridge, and Highland Park, before skirting the city limits at Roxbury and then heading south to \White Center—skirting the edge of Westwood Village and passing popular spots like the Southgate Roller Rink and Salvadorean Bakery.
It eventually ends its run at the Burien Transit Center, providing connections to even more buses—including current BRT line the Rapidride F.
We found six notable homes along the route, from a 1980s condo to farmhouses to cute little bungalows (including one that squeezes three bedrooms into 850 square feet).Read More