Back in April of 2012, the Seattle City Council took on the Transit Master Plan (TMP). Sound Transit and the City of Seattle joined forces to conduct the study that will eventually improve the plan to build rail transit. The plan has an overall goal of connecting communities in Seattle. Ballard to Downtown Seattle corridor is the first one
Last June, eight preliminary corridor plans were shared with the public at a second open house. According to Sound Transit, 1,350 citizens showed up to deliver feedback on corridor options. Since then, the project team reviewed the feedback and narrowed the corridor plans to five.
According to Bruce Gray, spokesperson for Sound Transit, ultimately the feedback packets will help the project team determine which of the five corridors is the best fit for citizens living Downtown all the way up to Ballard.More ›