Earth Day Sunday Getting to Church Challenge
Sunday, April 24
Although the time for New Year’s resolutions has past, the Climate Action Team is challenging you to find a more sustainable way to get to church for the Earth Day Sunday service on April 24.
Many of us drive our cars to church, but there are alternatives. Plan now, and consider busing, light rail, carpooling, biking, or walking. Yes, it may take more time, but it will be a start at reducing CO2 emissions. Watch the Gateway in weeks to come to find out how the Climate Action Team will record your efforts to use less fossil fuel to come to UUC. Consider it an adventure!
To help you start planning, James Williams has created a list (below) of specific bus and light rail connections which will get you to UUC on Sundays.
Public transportation to and from University Unitarian Church
Link Light rail runs about every 10 minutes through most of the day on Sundays. They run about every 8 minutes during the busiest times on weekdays.
Metro bus routes 62 and 65 are convenient routes that serve University Unitarian Church. They both run about every 15 minutes on Sunday morning and afternoon.
- Metro route 62 from the Roosevelt Link light rail station. Catch the bus on the south side of NE 65th St. between Roosevelt Ave NE and 12th Ave NE. Metro route 62 Sunday schedule:
Route 62 – King County—to find the route 62 map click on the “route map” link above the schedule to the right of “Sunday.”
- Metro route 65 Sunday schedule from the University of Washington light rail station.
Route 65 – King County—to find the route 65 map click on the “route map” link above the schedule to the right of “Sunday.”
Download a bus app from your smart phone’s app store
These apps can provide near real-time data about when the bus will arrive at our stop. These apps are useful for bus service in major cities in the United States.
- Transit – https://transitapp.com/ – Best app if you’re not familiar with bus routes in Seattle.
- Google Maps – https://www.google.com/maps/ another great app if you’re not familiar with bus routes in Seattle. Search for your destination and select the transit icon.
- OneBusAway – https://onebusaway.org/ – Best app if you’re already familiar with bus routes in Seattle.
- Moovit – https://moovitapp.com/seattle_tacoma_bellevue_wa-522/poi/en – Another popular bus app.