Sound Transit route 510 'Everett / Seattle'

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Sound Transit route 510 'Everett / Seattle' is wheelchair accessible.
510 Everett / Seattle
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Alexander Dennis Enviro500 - 91504 operating on the 510 Everett.
Service Area Downtown Seattle, Mountlake Terrace, Everett
Termini Downtown Seattle (5th Avenue S & S Jackson Street / 4th Avenue S & S Jackson Street)
Everett (Everett Station / Hewitt Avenue & Fulton Street)
Operations Community Transit
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Branches 510 Everett
510 Seattle 5th Avenue

Route Diagram

510 Everett/Seattle is an express bus route operated by Sound Transit in the Puget Sound area of Washington State.

Route Details

This north-south express bus route runs between Everett and Downtown Seattle, with service only in the peak direction (towards Seattle in the morning, towards Everett in the afternoon).

Select early morning trips serve Downtown Everett before continuing south on the regular route, all other trips terminate at Everett Station.

Frequency

Branch Weekdays
Early AM
(4-5 AM)
AM Peak
(5-8 AM)
PM Peak
(2:30-6:45 PM)
510
Northbound
N/A N/A 15
510
Southbound
12-20 15-30 N/A

Route Stops

Towards Downtown Seattle 5th Ave

  • Hewitt Ave & Virginia Ave (Select Trips)
  • Hewitt Ave & Lombard Ave (Select Trips)
  • Wetmore Ave & Wall St (Select Trips)
  • Pacific Ave & Rockefeller Ave (Select Trips)
  • Everett Station (Bay C1)
  • Broadway & 34th St
  • South Everett Freeway Station (Bay 3)
  • Mountlake Terrace Freeway Station (Bay 6)
  • Stewart St & 9th Ave
  • Stewart St & 7th Ave
  • 5th Ave & Pine St
  • 5th Ave & Seneca St
  • 5th Ave & Marion St
  • 5th Ave & Jefferson St
  • 5th Ave S & Jackson St

Towards Everett Station

  • 4th Ave S & S Jackson St
  • 4th Ave S & S Washington St
  • 4th Ave & Cherry St
  • 4th Ave & Seneca St
  • 4th Ave & Union St
  • 4th Ave & Pike St
  • Olive Way & 6th Ave
  • Howell St & 9th Ave
  • Mountlake Terrace Freeway Station (Bay 7)
  • South Everett Freeway Station (Bay 6)
  • Broadway & 34th St
  • Everett Station

History

  • September 1999 - Service introduced as peak-period only route[1]
  • September 2006 - Midday and Saturday service improved to half hourly frequencies
  • September 2008 - Four additional trips added to address overcrowding issues
  • September 2009 - Sunday service improved to half hourly frequencies
  • 2011 - Midday service combined with route 511 to form route 512, all midday, weekend and reverse-peak 510 service discontinued.
  • October 2021 - Stop added at Mountlake Terrace Freeway Station in both directions to allow for connections to and from Northgate Station

References

  1. Sound Transit 2010 Service Implementation Plan, soundtransit.org, retrieved 12-11-2010
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Routes
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Former:

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Stride BRT Future:

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Future:

2 Line (2023) 3 Line (2030) 4 Line (2041)

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Puget Sound Region Agencies
Seattle
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Puget Sound
Lynnwood
Everett
Tacoma
Olympia
Seattle
Port Angeles
Bremerton
Bremerton
Aberdeen/Hoquiam
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Oak Harbor/Coupeville
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