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Link Light Rail Reaches Seattle’s University District, Other Neighborhoods
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

Sound Transit Breaks Grounds on Federal Way Link Extension

Sound Transit Breaks Grounds on Federal Way Link Extension

Opening in 2024, the route to Federal Way will offer fast, frequent, and reliable service between South King County and Sea-Tac Airport, downtown Seattle, the University of Washington, Northgate, Lynnwood, and Bellevue.

July 20, 2020

Sound Transit rail extension moves into next phase
Sound Transit IDs alternatives for Link extensions environmental study
U.S. DOT announces intent to fund Sound Transit's light rail extension
FTA Allocates $250M in American Rescue Plan Funds to Small Starts Projects
Sound Transit lands FTA Full Funding Agreement for light rail extension
Sound Transit breaks ground on light rail extension
Sound Transit lands $100M from FTA for light rail extension
UTA, Community Transit Among 4 Agencies to Land BRT Funds
Sound Transit Link light rail extension lands $75M grant
3 transit agencies land CIG funds for rail projects
Seattle's Sound Transit sets all-time ridership mark

Seattle's Sound Transit sets all-time ridership mark

The ridership numbers reported to the Sound Transit Board mirror regional trends showing transit ridership has grown twice as fast as population over the past five years, according to the Puget Sound Regional Council.

February 29, 2016

Peter Rogoff to lead Seattle's Sound Transit

Peter Rogoff to lead Seattle's Sound Transit

Current Sound Transit CEO Joni Earl, who has been on medical leave, will retire in March 2016 following the opening of the University Link light rail line. Deputy CEO Mike Harbour, who did not apply for the CEO position, will continue to serve as the agency’s acting CEO until Rogoff’s arrival.

November 20, 2015

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