Microsoft expands shuttle service for Seattle area employees
Microsoft is doubling the size of the free employee shuttle service it started in September.
New routes will serve more neighborhoods in Seattle and the suburbs.
The changes will increase capacity on the Microsoft Connector service to 4,600 passengers a day.
Microsoft spokesman Lou Gellos says the Connector is reducing car traffic and parking congestion and pollution.
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