Get your voice heard about Sound Transit changes coming 2013 and beyond
We’ve got one of the best bus systems in the United States, but we’re still working on overall high capacity transit strategies in the Puget Sound region. While some areas of King County and Snohomish County have benefited from rail service there are requests by Sound Transit for input from more of the I-5 corridor for new high capacity options. If you’d like to weigh in your opinion and are in the Federal Way and Des Moines areas, here is your chance by either attending an upcoming meeting and/or filling out the accompanying survey:
Sound Transit is kicking off the process for working with South King County communities on options for extending high-capacity transit service. The effort will help shape alternatives for building high capacity transit from South 200th Street to Kent/Des Moines, as well as a shovel-ready plan for reaching the heart of Federal Way.
This is the public’s first chance to weigh in on this key regional project. There are several ways to give feedback, by attending and upcoming open house, or by taking our survey by Monday, Nov. 19.
Attend an open house
Thursday, Nov. 8
Highline Community College (Building 2),
South 240th Street and Pacific Highway South
Tuesday, Nov. 13
Truman High School (Gym),
31455 28th Ave. S.