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Sound Transit Board Approves Transaction Terms for Development in Bellevue
Sound Transit's Rogoff to Depart in 2022

Sound Transit's Rogoff to Depart in 2022

Upon his arrival in early 2016, Rogoff worked with the board and communities across the region to help shape and earn voter approval for the Sound Transit 3 Plan while simultaneously leading efforts to advance major light rail expansions to the east, north, and south.

September 24, 2021

Link Light Rail Reaches Seattle’s University District, Other Neighborhoods
Sound Transit 'Ambassador' Program to Enforce Transit Fares
3 Seattle Agencies Team Up for Trees for Rail
Deputy Secretary Trottenberg Announces Intent to Approve Expanded TIFIA Financing for Sound Transit
Amazon, Sound Transit Partner to Accelerate Affordable Housing Units Near Light Rail Stations
Sound Transit Introduces New Light-Rail Vehicles
Bytemark Launches Transit GO Rewards

Bytemark Launches Transit GO Rewards

The program will allow users to sign-up to earn points for various actions and subsequently redeem those points for rides on King County Metro buses, water taxis, Sound Transit, Seattle Streetcar, and all local scooter and bike share companies.

October 13, 2021

Stantec/Hensel Phelps Team Completes Construction for Sound Transit’s New Light Rail Base
Sound Transit Board Adopts Realignment Plan for Delivering Critical Expansions
[Video] Sound Transit’s placement of pedestrian bridge over SR 520

[Video] Sound Transit’s placement of pedestrian bridge over SR 520

Sound Transit contractor crews have placed the first of two steel truss sections of a pedestrian bridge over SR 520 in Redmond between 148th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 40th Street to connect the future Overlake Village Station to the neighborhoods and businesses west of SR 520.

May 20, 2020

Sound Transit Light Rail Trains Now Running on Clean Energy
FTA Awards $59.9M Grant for Seattle BRT Project

FTA Awards $59.9M Grant for Seattle BRT Project

The 2.3-mile BRT line will provide fast, frequent, reliable, and safe public transportation along Madison Street, improving connections between key destinations in downtown Seattle and densely populated neighborhoods in the surrounding area.

August 9, 2021

Community Transit Buses to Meet Sound Transit Light Rail Line in 2021
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