Sound Transit wants to hear from you by Sept. 24

  • Saturday, September 7, 2019 12:17am
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Sounder trains have provided reliable and traffic-free service for South King County and Pierce County residents for nearly 20 years. With funding approved by voters in 2016, Sound Transit is considering options to expand capacity in the coming years so more people can ride Sounder.

Improvements could include additional daily trips and station updates to accommodate longer trains and more riders. Several options have been studied for adding capacity – now Sound Transit wants to hear from you. What are the best ways to serve more riders on Sounder?

How to comment

In person: Come by the Auburn Station on Tuesday, Sept. 10, from 3 to 7 p.m.

Online: Get more details today and then take a survey available from Sept. 10-24, 2019 at www.soundtransit.org/sounder-capacity

Questions?

Contact Community Outreach Specialist Melanie Mayock at 206-689-4877 or melanie.mayock@soundtransit.org.

To request accommodations for persons with disabilities or information in alternative formats, call 1-800-201-4900 / TTY Relay: 711 or email accessibility@soundtransit.org.


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