By 2024, Sound Transit will open 12 new light rail stations connecting downtown Seattle and the Eastside.
King County Metro and Sound Transit are initiating a mobility project on King County’s Eastside to implement a coordinated regional transit network that gets people where they need and want to go. The project will deliver an updated mobility network that integrates with and complements Sound Transit’s 12 new Link light rail stations connecting downtown Seattle and the Eastside.
As part of this project they are collecting feedback from the public through an online open house and survey.
Register for this free virtual open house taking place on Sept. 29 from 6-7 p.m. There will be a Spanish translators and closed captioning available.
Provide your feedback in the survey before it closes on Oct. 18.