Bill Bryant is manager of Service Development at King County Metro Transit, which is the primary provider of public transportation in Seattle, Bellevue, and numerous other jurisdictions as well as in unincorporated King County. His responsibilities include overseeing Metro’s Market Development, Scheduling, Transit Route Facilities, Speed & Reliability, and Service Planning teams.
Prior to joining Metro Transit in July 2016, Bryant managed transit projects, programs, service, and policies for the Seattle Department of Transportation beginning in 2007. In a previous stint at Metro, Bryant served as a planner, project manager, and liaison to regional transit provider Sound Transit between 1998 and 2007.
King County Metro Transit is the seventh largest transit provider in the United States as of 2016 and serves residents of the beautiful Puget Sound area of Washington with well over 400,000 bus rides per weekday.