Ridership is up on King Country Metro. Night bus services are up. And so are reports of sexual misconduct.
Over the past five years, there's been a rise in the number of incidents reported to Metro on its buses. That rise became a spike over the last year or two, and the city thinks the #MeToo movement may have had a hand in that, writes Seattle Times reporter Jessica Lee.
Bill Radke spoke to her about what Metro's doing in response; we also heard from an anonymous rider with her own story of harassment and reporting to share.