Topic : Sound Transit

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Sound Transit names new chief administrative officer

Management & Operations| December 4, 2019

Mary Cummings will work alongside Deputy CEO and Chief System Officer Kimberly Farley.

Sound Transit starts construction on Redmond Link light rail extension

Rail| October 24, 2019

The segment’s opening will follow the 2023 opening of light rail between Downtown Seattle and Redmond’s Overlake area.

Rail| September 4, 2019

Sound Transit breaks ground on light rail extension

The $2.9 billion project budget includes up to $1.17 billion from a Full Funding Grant Agreement executed by the FTA.

Bus| August 26, 2019

Sound Transit approves $60M for Pierce Transit BRT

The new 14.4-mile BRT line will improve service on agency's highest ridership route.

Management & Operations| July 26, 2019

Sound Transit campaign cheekily explores future travel tech mishaps

The campaign, “The Future is Sound,” consists of three thirty-second spots that highlight the travel innovations we’ve all dreamed about.

Rail| July 24, 2019

Sound Transit moves one step closer to LRVs crossing 'floating bridge'

The process of installing rail on the floating bridge has been underway for a year, but the planning and preparation has been several years in the making.

Rail| July 19, 2019

Sound Transit's Link light rail service marks 10th anniversary

On its opening day in 2009, Link covered 14 miles of service between the Westlake and Tukwila International Boulevard Stations.

Rail| July 10, 2019

3 transit agencies land CIG funds for rail projects

The funding represents a significant commitment toward pending multi-year Full Funding Agreements for the projects.

Rail| July 1, 2019

APTA names 2019 winners of rail safety, security awards

LIRR, Miami-Dade, and Houston Metro were top winners in safety category. DART, Sound Transit, and WMATA named tops in security.

Technology| June 26, 2019

Real-time info now available at all Sound Transit Link light rail stations

Digital signage informs riders of the anticipated arrival time for the next three trains.

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