Sound Transit recently released its detailed studies of candidate projects for a potential ST3 ballot measure.
The studies document options for more than doubling the reach of the regional light rail system, realizing the region’s longtime vision of a congestion-free transit spine and connecting the biggest cities throughout King, Snohomish and Pierce counties.
In August 2015, the Sound Transit Board identified the candidate projects following extensive input through public meetings, an online survey and close work with local governments.
Candidate projects in the East Corridor include:
In the coming months, the Sound Transit Board will discuss the potential investments and size of a draft ballot measure, which is then scheduled to be released for public input next spring before voter consideration of a final measure in November 2016.
To learn more, view an interactive map at soundtransit3.org.