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Indigenizing Public Transit Design, November 7

haʔł sləx̌il txʷəl gʷəlapu / kia ora / hello The Indigenous Advisory Council, Seattle Design Commission, and co-sponsor Seattle City Council President Debora Juarez (Blackfeet) invite you to Indigenizing Public Transit Design: Learning from Māori Approaches to Transit Stations in Tāmaki Makaurau, Aotearoa (Auckland, New Zealand) with Māori changemaker, Elisapeta… [ Keep reading ]

Sound Transit Link Station Planning Progress Reports Now Available

Sound Transit recently published a Station Planning Progress Report showcasing preliminary station design concepts for the ST3 West Seattle and Ballard Link Extensions project. Sound Transit consulted partner agencies including the City of Seattle, King County Metro, and the Port of Seattle to advance their approach to station design for… [ Keep reading ]

City of Seattle and Sound Transit Enter New Phase of Visioning for Development at Mount Baker

Community members are invited to provide feedback on development ideas for affordable housing and more through the month of June After many years of community planning, the Mount Baker station area is entering an exciting new phase. The City of Seattle and Sound Transit are working in partnership with community stakeholders and… [ Keep reading ]

Draft Plan Captures Community Vision for NE Seattle Neighborhoods Around New Sound Transit Stations

Mayor Jenny A. Durkan today released a draft station area plan for the neighborhoods surrounding Sound Transit’s future light rail stations at 130th St NE and 148th St NE. “Having a multi-modal city that moves people out of their cars and onto high-quality transit, is key to reducing carbon emissions, as well as ensuring communities… [ Keep reading ]

NE 130th and 145th Station Area Planning Open House Event, March 13!

Over the next 12 years, faster and more frequent transit service is coming to North Seattle with the Sound Transit light rail system expansion. The NE 130th & 145th Station Area Planning project is an opportunity for the community to come together and create a vision for the area surrounding the future light rail stations. Join… [ Keep reading ]

Introducing our Growth and Livability Report

We are committed to continually investing in livability to help growth bring benefits to everyone. Learn more about our Growth and Livability strategies here: Here’s an interesting fact from the report: Did you know? This year, 64% of Seattleites live within a 10 minute walk of high-frequency transit.