Seattle police say a “suspicious item” found in the area of Martin Luther King Jr. Way South and South Graham Street Thursday poses no danger to the public.

Roads in the area, which were closed as arson and bomb squad detectives were investigating at the scene, were reopening at about 2 p.m., Seattle police said.

Light rail trains are not operating between the Columbia City and Othello stations, according to Sound Transit.

Sound Transit says riders can board northbound Link Shuttle buses on Martin Luther King Jr. Way South at South Myrtle Street, adjacent to the Othello Station and transfer to light rail at the Columbia City Station.

Southbound riders can board Link Shuttle buses on Martin Luther King Jr. Way South at South Alaska Street, adjacent to the Columbia City Station and transfer to the light rail at the Othello Station.

Trains are operating normally, but with possible delays, between the Northgate and Columbia City stations and between the Othello and Angle Lake stations, Sound Transit said.