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King County Hikers Can Now Catch Shuttles to Area Trailheads

To prevent overfull parking lots at three popular trails, Trailhead Direct will connect Metro riders on weekends and holidays.

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Ever arrived at the Margaret’s Way, Poo Poo Point, or East Sunset Way trailheads and find it harder to park than Pike Place Market on a Saturday? King County’s Parks and Metro departments have a solution: Hop on a new Trailhead Direct shuttle, which will ferry hikers from the Issaquah area to the region’s busiest trails. Service is scheduled to run through late fall, then resume in the spring.