Topic : Sound Transit

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Sound Transit lands $100M from FTA for light rail extension

Rail| September 10, 2018

Must finalize a FFGA before its can access the first $200M of the $1.17 billion grant.

Sound Transit light rail ridership up 6.2% in Q2

Rail| August 28, 2018

Overall, 23 million riders hopped aboard Sound Transit trains and buses, a 2.95 systemwide increase from second quarter of last year.

Management & Operations| July 30, 2018

Sound Transit expands priority parking permit program for solo drivers

The program offers weekday commuters driving alone to selected stations the option of purchasing a permit to park in areas reserved exclusively for permit holders.

Security and Safety | July 10, 2018

3 more states attain FTA safety oversight certification

With the recent announcement of North Carolina, Puerto Rico, and Washington state, 17 states have now achieved SSO Program certification.

Rail| June 20, 2018

Sound Transit breaks ground on Capitol Hill Station TOD

Construction of affordable housing, mixed-used development near popular light rail station begins.

Rail| May 16, 2018

Sound Transit Link light rail extension lands $75M grant

Construction is expected to begin in Fall 2018, with revenue service targeted for 2022.

Rail| May 14, 2018

Sound Transit breaks ground on new light rail ops., maintenance facility

The design-build team of Hensel Phelps Construction Co., Stantec, and partners will deliver the new $218 million OMF East.

Rail| April 25, 2018

Seattle's Floating Bridge is High-Tech Light Rail Link

The I-90 Track Bridge is part of the East Link project, a 14-mile extension of Sound Transit’s Link light rail system from downtown Seattle to Redmond scheduled to begin revenue service in 2023.

Management & Operations| February 26, 2018

Greater Seattle area leads nation in transit ridership growth

Transit ridership on Sound Transit Link light rail, Metro bus service, and ST Express bus service operated by Metro fueled the growth.

Management & Operations| February 22, 2018

Seattle Mayor announces free transit passes for high school students

The program will cost the city $3.8 million from the Transportation Benefit District, with $1 million from King County Metro. Officials plan for the program to launch in Fall 2018.

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