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Sound Transit UW Station escalator upgrade could cost $20M
Sound Transit link completes install, certification of PTC
HDR lands Sound Transit light rail extension contract

HDR lands Sound Transit light rail extension contract

Sound Transit’s board of directors authorized a contract with HDR’s team to provide planning, preliminary engineering, environmental, and public involvement services for the Tacoma Dome Link Extension project.

January 10, 2018

[Video] East Link I-90 Track Technology for Floating Bridge

[Video] East Link I-90 Track Technology for Floating Bridge

Sound Transit required engineering solutions to meet the challenges of running trains across the I-90 floating bridge linking downtown Bellevue and downtown Seattle in 2023. The tracks crossing Lake Washington need to accommodate six different ranges of motion.

July 5, 2017

Sound Transit moves one step closer to LRVs crossing 'floating bridge'
Greater Seattle area leads nation in transit ridership growth
City to sue Sound Transit, WSDOT over light rail expansion plans

City to sue Sound Transit, WSDOT over light rail expansion plans

Mercer Island residents — even when driving solo — have had access to I-90's high-occupancy vehicle lanes, however later this year when construction gets underway to add light rail across the I-90 express lanes, that access will go away.

February 15, 2017

Sound Transit Link light rail extension lands $75M grant
Sound Transit adding 5 more Brookville Equipment Corp. LRVs
Sound Transit breaks ground on new light rail ops., maintenance facility
Seattle agency heads talk service disruption procedures during protests
APTA names 2019 winners of rail safety, security awards
3 more states attain FTA safety oversight certification
Sound Transit's Lynnwood Link light rail extension gets $100M fed funding
Sound Transit's East Link light rail to get $1.3B loan

Sound Transit's East Link light rail to get $1.3B loan

The 14.5-mile light rail extension, one element of a 50-mile system, will connect some of the region’s most populated and fastest-growing areas to Sound Transit’s existing rail system at the International District/Chinatown Station, which runs from downtown Seattle to SeaTac Airport.

January 20, 2015

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