Sound Transit route 511 'Ash Way Park & Ride / Northgate Station'

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Sound Transit route 511 'Ash Way Park & Ride / Northgate Station' is wheelchair accessible.
511 Ash Way / Northgate
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Alexander Dennis Enviro500 - 91904 operating on route 511
Service Area Northgate, Mountlake Terrace, Lynnwood
Termini Northgate Station
Ash Way Park & Ride
Operations Community Transit
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Branches 511 Ash Way Park & Ride
511 Northgate Station

Route Diagram

511 Ash Way/Northgate Station is an express bus route operated by Sound Transit in the Puget Sound area of Washington State.[1]

Route Details

This north-south express bus route runs between Ash Way Park & Ride and Northgate Station via Lynnwood.

Service runs approximately every 15-30 minutes during peak hours only, with service in the peak direction only (towards Northgate Station in the morning, towards Ash Way in the afternoon).

Off-peak, reverse peak and weekend service on the 511's service area is provided by route 512.

Frequency

Branch Weekdays
Early AM
(4-6 AM)
AM Peak
(6-8:30 AM)
PM Peak
(3-7 PM)
511
Northbound
N/A N/A 12-15
511
Southbound
15 7-15 N/A

Route Stops

Towards Northgate Station

  • Ash Way Park & Ride (Bay 1)
  • Lynnwood Transit Center (Bay D3)
  • Mountlake Terrace Freeway Station (Bay 6)
  • Northgate Station

Towards Ash Way P&R

  • Northgate Station (Bay 2)
  • Mountlake Terrace Freeway Station (Bay 7)
  • Lynnwood Transit Center (Bay D2)
  • Ash Way Park & Ride

History

  • September 1999 - Service introduced as peak period only route[2]
  • September 2003 - Service improved to seven days a week in both directions[2]
  • September 2009 - Midday service on weekdays improved to every 15 minutes[2]
  • 2011 - All off-peak and weekend service combined with route 510 to form route 512[3].
  • October 2021 - Northgate Link Light Rail Extension: southern terminus moved to Northgate Station, Ash Way Park & Ride stop moved from Bay 2 to Bay 1

References

  1. Lost & Found, soundtransit.org, retrieved 13-11-2010
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Sound Transit 2010 Service Implementation Plan December 10, 2009, soundtransit.org, retrieved 13-11-2010
  3. Sound Transit 2011 Draft Service Implementation Plan, soundtransit.org, retrieved 06-11-2010
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