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2016 Letter from Notables to Sound Transit

2016 Letter from Notables to Sound Transit

See Paragraph 4 under Response from Sound Transit July 22, 2016 to Eastside Transportation Partnership questions... New rider calculations for 2040 indicate that the ST3 plan would result in approximately 723,000 (midpoint of the range) trips made on transit each day...

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Timeline: Eastside light rail has been a long time coming

Timeline: Eastside light rail has been a long time coming

1993: Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority is formed, as authorized by the Legislature, to plan high-capacity transit in Snohomish, King and Pierce counties. 1996: Voters approve Sound Move on the second try, authorizing sales and car-tab taxes. Sound...

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Here’s Why West Seattle Needs a Comprehensive Transit Plan

Here’s Why West Seattle Needs a Comprehensive Transit Plan

Outside the well served transit hubs, at the Alaska Junction and Westwood Village, West Seattle residents have hit-or-miss transit options. Some routes, like the RapidRide C Line, are great, but the Metro 37 route has been closed for years, leaving some people without...

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