Features May 22, 2019 at 4:00 am

The Trailhead Direct service is now bigger and more connected than ever.

courtesy of King County



With any luck there won't be violent inner city riders going to trail heads on these buses. This article underlines why people don't want to take the bus. It made the trip probably 30% longer, just like most rides on the bus in Seattle.



When your scaremongering gets so farfetched that it starts to sound like the plot of a sitcom or late-night cartoon, it's probably not going to have the effect you're hoping for.


@2 it's like a Jack Chick tract of white anxiety signaling.


@1 The bus was stuck in the same traffic as cars.

The more popular hiking spots might consider switching to a parking reservation system like Muir Woods started using a few years ago. That way you can plan accordingly before you arrive. Otherwise, the bus sounds like a pretty decent option.

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