“The selling of the $54 billion, 25-year Sound Transit 3 light rail plan began with the fanfare opening of the new University of Washington light rail station. Sound Transit-hosted first-look ride for the media. The station is beautiful, the train unexpectedly popular. But that doesn’t remove the obligation of voters to take a skeptical look at the gargantuan proposal they will vote on in November.”
Read Joel Connelly’s whole piece in the Seattle PI.